Visualization Away from the Computer, Developing Ideas, Bring in the Constraints

August 16, 2018


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Made-by-hand visualization has been making a mini comeback as of late, and it’s been fun to see what people do with data away from the computer.

Of course, we don’t have the time to draw every chart and map by hand, but there are some parts of the practice we can use in our own work.

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