Smart is Seamless: How UX Leverages Edward Tufte’s Principles of Visual Information (Part 2)

Posted 3 years ago by Kyle Averack No Comments

In the excavated necropolis of Beni Hassan (Figure 1.0), an Egyptian archaeological site dated from the 21st century BC, twelve out of thirty-nine tombs, carved into limestone south of the city Al Minya, bear the remains of wall paintings and inscriptions brilliantly depicting the artistic talent of the time and of an idealized record of […]

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Smart is Seamless: How UX Leverages Edward Tufte’s Principles of Visual Information

Posted 4 years ago by Kyle Averack No Comments

Edward R. Tufte grandfathered the multivariate design approach to the world of visualized information. His paradigm shifting perspective of micro and macro data clustering ushered in the sophisticated approach of presenting information in strategic, multi-layered structures for designers the world over. While considering contemporary approaches to graphical user interfaces (GUIs), how are products or services […]

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