Tag: books

The Functional Art: learning with a smile on your face

This weekend finally my copy of The Functional Art arrived, Alberto Cairo’s long-awaited introduction to infographics and visualizations. Jubilant reviews can be found around the web, so I will focus on just one chapter, not very surprisingly number 9: The Rise of Interactive Infographics.

Interactive books, interactive graphics

Remember when you went to high school loaded with a bag full of heavy textbooks? Well, those days are over. In this TED talk software developer Mike Matas demonstrates the tablet version of Our Choice, the sequel to Al Gore’s […]