Israel-based designer Dafna Aizenberg created the Atlas of the World Wide Web, a 120 page visual guide to how the internet has blurred the traditional, physical borders around the world.
I am little bored of what passes as data visualization (infographics) when it is just a nicely produced, colourful poster. This atlas is what true data visualization is about; the possibility of making sense of vast quantities of data, for the purpose of researching it further and either write about it, or analyze again. However, this requires a methodical approach to data gathering… how many of your clients would give you access to all their raw data?
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