Information Design for the Common Good
Following a fascinating Lunch & Learn with Courtney Marchese on Information Design for the Common Good, the Dahdaleh Institute has compiled a list of resources which were suggested by event attendees and the presenter.
Which Tool is Right for your Data Viz Project by Scott Berinato (download)
Data Visualization Books
Choosing a Visual Form
Interaction Design Foundation Article Library:
Stanford d.School Resources
Design Thinking Bootleg
*We have a copy of one of his books, Beautiful Evidence, at The Dahdaleh Institute for a limited time. Everyone is welcome to come by and look through it while it is here.
Tips for creating effective, engaging data visualizations
Ottawa model of research use: A framework for adopting innovations
NCCMT’s summary of Ian Graham’s work on the Ottawa Model of Research Use
Software for complex program evaluation
Access Ability: A Practical Handbook on Accessible Graphic Design
Event attendee at Seneca College Professor Johanne Daoust dropped provided hard copies to the Dahdaleh Institute offices. Everyone is welcome to come by and check them out!
Association of Registered Graphic Designers (RGD)
As well as Access Ability, they seem to have a rich Video & Case Studies archive
RGD So(cial) Good Design Awards
Event attendee at Seneca College Professor Johanne Daoust provided hard copies of the 2013 Awards publication to the Dahdaleh Institute. Everyone is welcome to come by and check them out!
Design Thinking for Educators
The Field Guide to Human-Centered Design
Human-Centered Design Toolkit
A free plugin and to empathize with and design for the visually impaired.
Graphesis: Visual Forms of Knowledge Production by Johanna Drucker
Data Visualization Tool: POWER BI
Image Credit: Infographic: Simulated Dendrochronology of U.S. Immigration 1790-2016 project / Northeastern University & National Geographic
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