As knowledge increases amongst mankind, and transactions multiply, it becomes more and more desirable to abbreviate and facilitate the modes of conveying information from one person to another, and from one individual to the many.
It remains only for me to request that those who do not, at the first sight, understand the manner of inspecting the Charts, will read with attention the few lines of directions, after which they will find all the difficulty entirely vanish.
Our content format at Axios is brevity, so we hardly do posts with multiple charts. Because of that, we try to pack more into a limited amount of space.
Our design constraints are conducive to good weirdness!
Ross-Chernoff glyph most likely, to use a term of art, suck
The human mind has been so acted upon for a number of years past, and the same subjects have been so frequently brought forward, that it is necesarry to produce novelty, but above all to aim at facility in communicating information.
Everything is a convention
Xenographphobia & the Xenographic Catch 22
The importance of graphonomy
How to kill bad ideas
The research - practice gap
Till Nagel, Lazaro Gamio, Jorge Camoes, Xan Gregg, Alberto Cairo, Isabel Meirelles, Lisa Rost, Andy Kirk, RJ Andrews, Jan Aerts and Alan Smith
Special thanks to Sandra Rendgen, author of The forgotten maps of Minard, and École nationale des ponts et chaussées for the use of