Detailed Intentions of a Map, When Everything Leads to Nothing, Designing for Misinterpretations

August 9, 2018


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The New York Times published an election map. A lot of people did not like the map, arguing that it was an inaccurate representation. Those who did like the map argued that one must consider intent before throwing a map to the flames.

What happens when intended use and actual use do not match up?

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