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Visual Thinking: for Design. Colin Ware

Visual Thinking: for Design

ISBN: 0123708966,9780123708960 | 198 pages | 5 Mb

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Visual Thinking: for Design Colin Ware
Publisher: Morgan Kaufmann

CanUX: Visual Thinking in Practice. By Luke Wroblewski November 18, 2008. Visual thinking also applies to data analysis. It's just that the fixed semantics that make them so useful for design can be restricting when you're trying to figure out what it actually is that you're “seeing”. Robert Bringhurst; Most people think typography is about fonts. The discussion in the comments raises many important points, and provides many useful pointers (thanks especially to Peter Bakker) to resources, that help us explore and understand the role of visual thinking and visualization in architecting. As Experience Designers we are tempted to force ourselves (and our clients) to trudge through weeks and weeks of sketching and wireframing before we start exploring the visual design (or “aesthetics”) of a product/system. Most designers think typography is about fonts. Reason, design and communicate. Visual thinking is an important aspect of design thinking; designers have always evolved visual ways to synthesize ideas. I'm not against visual languages. Typography at its best is a visual form of language linking timelessness and time. David Gray's workshop at CanUX 2008 in Banff provided the core elements needed to get people drawing so they can visually communicate concepts to others.

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