I am still suffering from the post-move hangover (or maybe it feels more like jet lag). My wife and I are exhausted. I don’t plan to do this again for at least another 20 years. I wanted to attack this early in the day, and I focused specifically on the title of the article: PC […]

Readers: Previously, The Financial Times Graphics team created the Visual Vocabulary to help provide us good choices when we need to create data visualizations. From Dr. Andrew Abela, who in 2009 released his diagram, titled “Chart Suggestion—A Thought Starter” to Stephen Few who has provided us chart choice guidance over the years, we have been searching for the grail or wisdom […]

Readers: Today, I am featuring an interview with Lilach Manheim. Lilach is an analyst within the Business Analytics team at Ready Logistics, a transportation logistics company. She holds a Master’s degree in Library and Information Science with a focus on user-centered information design and a Bachelor’s degree in Art History. Lilach’s work has been featured […]

Readers: I have been a big fan of Stephen Few for many years. It was over a decade ago that I attended my first workshop with him in San Diego, California at TDWI. Through his web site, Perceptual Edge. I have followed Steve’s work over the years ( actually even before the workshop) and even […]