Sometimes something as unremarkable as what we eat and drink can inspire beautiful visuals. NPR brings us the art of Ernie Button, a man in Arizona who began a photography series based on scotch residue left in his glass.
Computers have become more and more common. First they were on our desks, then in our bags, now in our pockets. Is the next step on our faces? Continue reading A user interface for your vision?
National Geographic is an inherently visual publication. It was one of the earliest entities to use photography to tell stories and make an impact. The publication’s legacy of images reminds us that despite the great strides made in the field of information design, some of the most powerful modes of communicating occur organically and when captured in photographs, communicate with unmatched power and clarity. Continue reading Visual Dynamos