Information Design Analysis

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-prashant borkar
-prashant borkar

information design
information design

Original infographic can be found at:
http://images.onlinenursingprograms.com.s3.amazonaws.com/nursing-your-sweet-tooth.jpg

Original infographic can be found at:
http://images.onlinenursingprograms.com.s3.amazonaws.com/nursing-your-sweet-tooth.jpg

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We live in an age of information. Information is all around us, signs, billboards, the web, and heck! even in our pockets on a cellphone. Anomalies, such as the information overload, show that a more powerful information technology alone is no guarantee that we will be better informed. So how do we organize this information such that we can actually make sense out of it? Its probably this very question that gave birth to the field of information design. IIID defines Information Design as “the defining, planning, and shaping of the contents of a message and the environments in which it is presented, with the intention to satisfy the information needs of the intended recipients”. To a layman (non-designer) like me, Information design is the skill and practice of preparing information so people can use it with efficiency and effectiveness. Where the data is complex or unstructured, a visual representation can express its meaning more clearly to the viewer. This infographic I chose, created by Onlinenusringprograms.com visually shows the consumption of sugar by average Americans. This is a great infographic design. It’s...
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