How To Think Visually Using Visual Analogies #infographic
Most research in cognitive science explores how we see things but little research is done on how we understand what we see. Understanding is the ultimate test of how good your visualization is. So how can you make people understand? Show something familiar and analogize. If you know nothing else about visualization but pick the right analogy you are more than half way there. This is what a professional designer does - and there is no substitute for analogies. Check out the infographic below.
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Innovative Poster Highlights Work Towards Trans-Disciplinary Education for Global Health
This spring, an eye-catching poster at the Consortium of Universities for Global Health (CUGH) titled “Transdisciplinary Education to Meet Global Health Needs” (below) demonstrated trans-disciplinary work both in design and in function. With six authors from six different universities/medical schools, this poster is the product of the trans-disciplinary work for which it advocates. The poster calls out…
The Art of the Scientific Poster
A guide to designing conference posters (originally for staff and students of the School of GeoSciences, The University of Edinburgh)
History of Life
Data From: Reader, John. (1986). The Rise of life. London: Roxby Prehistory Press. - Lutgens, Frederick K. (2006). Essentials of geology. Pearson Education. Inc.Design Group: W. León, J.D. Martínez, C. Ramos, Z. Saab.