Click here for the article on The Times concept and click here for the Developer API link

Chapter 14: Designing the User Interface.  Most definitaly something useful 😉

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Since we are looking at such a wide variety of users I thought it only fitting to try and look at how our visual perception has the possiblity of shaping the design of products.

This article is brought us by the Canadian Journal of Experimental Psychology: http://findarticles.com/p/articles/mi_qa3690/is_200209/ai_n9089266/?tag=content;col1

Amoung other topics in the book, it also explores the possibilities of ‘universal design’ and presents new approaches to visualize complex information.

Could be an interesting way to think about searching for information. Fontplore is an interactive application designed for searching and exploring font databases. Fontplore helps you to easily find the right typeface for your project in a collection of several thousands of fonts. It lets you browse, preview, compare and print the fonts you are interested in.

http://www.christianekeller.de/datamorphose/ An interactive installation which projects data into real space and visualizes it three-dimensionally. Information is represented by spanned and moving sails directly in the room. Thus abstract and virtual data becomes real and tangible. As the user takes new positions and perspectives, he can experience a completely novel and sensual perception of data.

 

 

 

http://flowingdata.com/2008/04/21/how-to-learn-actionscript-flash-for-data-visualization/