Data + Design: A Simple Introduction to Preparing and Visualizing Information
by Trinna Chiasson, Dyanna Gregory, et al.
Publisher: Infoactive 2014
Number of pages: 299
This book explains important data concepts in simple language. Think of it as an in-depth data FAQ for graphic designers, content producers, and less-technical folks who want some extra help knowing where to begin, and what to watch out for when visualizing information.
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