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How many variables can I represent graphically before losing clarity?

Let's see if I can explain this graphical economy question I have correctly. I'm new to the field and it's worth mentioning this is pure curiosity, and my examples are - as you will be able to tell ...
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How to represent 'random' with an icon

I've seen many times an icon to represent "random" that looks like this: But does anyone else feel this icon is awkward? I can understand what it wants to express, but it's just not that straight ...
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How to represent silver, platinum and diamond?

Most websites uses a scheme of bronze, silver, gold, platinum, and maybe even diamond to rank service plans they may provide. In my website design, I want to the users to have a dot next to the ...
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Icon to signify “wish” or “wishlist”?

I'm trying to think of a way to visually depict the meaning of "wish" or "wishlist". I'd prefer to stay more on the side of "wish" than "list" as I'd rather avoid an icon of a list.
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What could be most indicative icon for “Blog”?

I'm really stuck thinking on what could be the most friendly way to represent "Blog" as icon. Google search led me here but it doesn't indicate a blog completely. I have designed this: but it doesn'...
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How to create a perspective view of a screen shot so that it appears as a photographed 3D object?

Ok so this is difficult to put in words but I want to know how designers present their Graphics Design work in screenshots something like this (source: Dribbble): Not about the iPhone but I'm talking ...
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How to graphically represent click data

I have a data which contains the number times users visits a page and the time of day the visit occurs. I would like to display this data visually but I don't know what is the best representation of ...
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Different representations for 3D objects explanation

I'm having a hard time understanding the differences between the different representations of 3d objects following this slide (full video) (The segment is this one) Reading the corresponding wiki ...
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Symbols for two levels of progress in educational software: Pass and Mastered

I need two symbols: Passed the Lesson Mastered the Lesson (earned maximum extra credit) CRITERIA Universal Clear that Mastered is "superior to Passed" Maybe there's nothing better than what I've ...
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What are some good ways of presenting web designs to a client?

I'd like to ask you how you manage with presenting webdesign. Usually, I send a jpg file/files to client directly to the mail, but this isn't the best approach. In most cases it does the job, but I've ...
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What is the technical term for a replacement character if a font does not have a representation

If a font does not have a representation for a particular character, it usually uses some kind of square or a icon with a question mark. As far as I know, there is a more specific term that "...
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How can I create engaging visual content when selling a virtual product?

This question might have more to do with branding or marketing, but I think a lot of graphic designers are confronted to it everyday so I'll ask it anyways. Please leave a comment if you believe it ...
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Icon to represent a music artist in a music app?

I'm building the interface for a music application and you can sort by songs, albums, artists, etc. I have icons for all of these, but I'm currently using a generic "person" icon for artists/musicians....
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How would you represent “changes” in an icon?

I've come across a challenge. I need to design an icon representing "changes". Well actually two closely related icons, both representing "changes" but distinguishable from each other: "Change ...