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comment Infographics smoothing and shadows : background or ressources ?
Thanks for your answer, i chalk it up on the "trend" side :). I didn't present myself, but i think it's now useful. I'm a teacher in graphic design, especially oriented toward scientific illustration and maps in particular. I know the works of E. Tufte, and i like the summary done by J. Krygier about maps (on his blog, makingmaps.net). I was wondering if practitioners of graphic design have sensed this as a stylistic trend or as new technical possibilities to achieve more "beautiful" graphics.
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comment Good Resources for Colour Schemes?
Very complete and resourceful article, thanks !
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comment Infographics smoothing and shadows : background or ressources ?
...continuing... Beautiful graphics but not enough serious ? That's perhaps another question but i'd like to read comments about the real usefulness of this style. I'd like very much some pointers to instructional design courses about this topic, thanks.
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comment Infographics smoothing and shadows : background or ressources ?
If i understand well, your opinion is that this type of infographics is not a graphic design trend but a mere software company style overload ? But it's a bit confusing, since this style is "more visually appealing", to a certain type of audience. "Good-looking graphics not too scary for beginners" ?
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