Peter Gerr (a good friend from A-school) is an info-data guru. His latest blog post is about infographics and the art of communicating information. We can learn much from looking at other industries and how they are communicating ideas and information. After all, that’s what we do.
The “ink on paper” architectural drawing has been our standard method of visual communication for centuries. With the technologies available today, I am wondering if it’s still the best way to communicate our ideas (our product) to the people using them (our clients and the people required to build what we design).
What do you think? What can we do to improve or change how we communicate our ideas?
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