I’m often asked about the books I find the most inspiring, useful or essential for my data and design work – so I thought I’d share them. These aren’t in any particular order, and different books suit different challenges. Enjoy!
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RAW DATA – Infographics Designers’ Sketchbooks by Rick Landers and Steven Heller
DATA FLOW 2 Visualizing Information in Graphic Design by Robert Klanten
DATA FLOW – Visualizing Information in Graphic Design by Robert Klanten @roklanten
Visual Storytelling: Infographic Design in News – edited by Liu Yikun and Dong Zhao
Mapping Graphic Navigational Systems by Roger Fawcett-Tang
Dear Data by Stefanie Posavec and Giorgia Lupi
The Book of Circles: Visualizing Spheres of Knowledge by Manuel Lima @manlima
Information is Beautiful by David McCandless
Knowledge is Beautiful – David McCandless
The Information Design Handbook by Jenn and Ken Visocky O Grady
Information Graphics: by Sandra Rendgen (editor Julius Wiedemann)