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Information Design Workbook by Kim Baer

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3 PROCESS: PROTOTYPES AND TESTING

A thoughtful and considered approach to information design can make all the difference in the success of a project. The following sections explore best practices in the field today and give practical tips and advice on creating planning documents and testing your design.

→ Structural Overviews

→ Creating the Blueprints

→ Research and Testing

Structural Overviews

“Design, after all, has the unique capacity to shape information by emphasizing or understating, comparing or ordering, grouping or sorting, selecting or omitting, opting for immediate or delayed recognition, and presenting it in an entertaining fashion.” —Paul Mijksenaar

GUIDES TO UNDERSTANDING THE BIG PICTURE

Because information design projects often ...

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