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Feb
7
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.
Feb
7
comment Good Resources for Colour Schemes?
Very complete and resourceful article, thanks !
Feb
7
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.
Feb
7
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" ?
Feb
6
comment Infographics smoothing and shadows : background or ressources ?
I'll edit the question to be clearer.
Feb
4
comment Infographics smoothing and shadows : background or ressources ?
Sorry but that's not my question...
Feb
3
comment What is the single most influential book every designer should read?
"Visual Thinking" is also a good reference.