University of Maryland page offering a biography and collection of papers for this pioneer in the field of information visualization.
This weblog explores the symbiotic relationship between creative design and the field of information visualization, in an emergent multidisciplinary field what could be coined as 'creative information visualization'.
Over the semester Aaron bookmarked 270+ web sites in the course of his research on various school and extracurricular projects, as well as on personal interests. The project is still ongoing and has become the author's primary form of cataloging his web browsing activity.
"Functional visualizations are more than innovative statistical analyses and computational algorithms. They must make sense to the user and require a visual language system that uses colour, shape, line, hierarchy and composition to communicate clearly and appropriately, much like the alphabetic and character-based languages used worldwide between humans."
Last update:December 7, 2016 at 20:24:06 UTC