Data Visualisation by Andy KirkData Visualisation: A Handbook for Data Driven Design is the starting point in learning the process and skills of data visualization, teaching the concepts and skills of how to present data, and inspiring effective visual design.
Call Number: General (KG) 001.4226 38
Publication Date: 2016
Essentials of Visual Communication by Bo BergströmThis book will be invaluable for anyone wanting to communicate through the use of images and text, and in particular for students, whether in the fields of graphic design, advertising, editorial design, journalism, new media, information technology, mass communication, photography, film, or televisionin fact, any discipline that seeks to deliver a message through words and pictures.
Call Number: General (KG) 741.6 276
Publication Date: 2009
The Guild Handbook of Scientific Illustration by Elaine R. S. Hodges (Editor)This is an indispensable reference guide for anyone who produces, assigns, or simply appreciates scientific illustration. Offering broad coverage and more than 620 outstanding illustrations, this new edition offers up-to-date coverage on all aspects of this specialized field, from illustrating molecules and 3D modeling to important material and advice on copyright and contractual concerns, as well as establishing a freelance business.
Call Number: General (GP) 502.22 3
Publication Date: 2003
An Introduction to Visual Communication by Susan B. BarnesThis introductory textbook introduces students to the terminology of visual literacy, methods for analyzing visual media, and theories on the relationship between visual communication and culture. Exploring the meanings associated with visual symbols and the relationship of visual communication to culture, this book provides students with a better understanding of the visually oriented world in which they live.
Call Number: General (KG) 302.222 63 /2
Publication Date: 2017
Preparing Scientific Illustrations by Mary H. BriscoeLearn the strengths and weaknesses of different forms of visual presentations. Understand when to use a figure, and how much information can be represented in one. See examples of bad, good, and better graphs and tables. The author also presents information on presenting DNA sequences, protein structures, and other molecular graphics.