Posts Tagged ‘Visualization’

Design and the Elastic Mind

Friday, July 3rd, 2009
Design and the Elastic Mind

Design and the Elastic Mind

Stop what you are doing right now and go check out the MoMA’s Design and the Elastic Mind online exhibit.

Visualizing Traveling Tweets

Wednesday, July 1st, 2009


Religious Teachings on Sex Infographic

Originally uploaded by pseudoplacebo

Nicely done simple infographic on the topics of religions and sex. This is why I’m agnostic.



Religious Teachings on Sex Infographic

Originally uploaded by pseudoplacebo

Nicely done simple infographic on the topics of religions and sex. This is why I’m agnostic.



Religious Teachings on Sex Infographic

Originally uploaded by pseudoplacebo

Nicely done simple infographic on the topics of religions and sex. This is why I’m agnostic.



Religious Teachings on Sex Infographic

Originally uploaded by pseudoplacebo

Nicely done simple infographic on the topics of religions and sex. This is why I’m agnostic.




Housing & Poverty, sick
ampoule originally uploaded by densitydesign.

Lovely Diagram. Do take a look at the others in the flickr timeline. The quality of the design work is gorgeous.


Religious Teachings on Sex Infographic

Originally uploaded by pseudoplacebo

Nicely done simple infographic on the topics of religions and sex. This is why I’m agnostic.



Religious Teachings on Sex Infographic

Originally uploaded by pseudoplacebo

Nicely done simple infographic on the topics of religions and sex. This is why I’m agnostic.



Religious Teachings on Sex Infographic

Originally uploaded by pseudoplacebo

Nicely done simple infographic on the topics of religions and sex. This is why I’m agnostic.




Housing & Poverty, sick
ampoule originally uploaded by densitydesign.

Lovely Diagram. Do take a look at the others in the flickr timeline. The quality of the design work is gorgeous.

Just Landed – 36 Hours from blprnt on Vimeo.

This piece looks for tweets containing the phrases ‘just landed in…’ or ‘just arrived in…’. Locations from these tweets are located using MetaCarta’s Location Finder API. The home location for the traveling users are scraped from their Twitter pages. The system then plots these voyages over time.

This was made using Processing, bronchitis ambulance which I’m a huge fan of.


Religious Teachings on Sex Infographic

Originally uploaded by pseudoplacebo

Nicely done simple infographic on the topics of religions and sex. This is why I’m agnostic.



Religious Teachings on Sex Infographic

Originally uploaded by pseudoplacebo

Nicely done simple infographic on the topics of religions and sex. This is why I’m agnostic.



Religious Teachings on Sex Infographic

Originally uploaded by pseudoplacebo

Nicely done simple infographic on the topics of religions and sex. This is why I’m agnostic.




Housing & Poverty, sick
ampoule originally uploaded by densitydesign.

Lovely Diagram. Do take a look at the others in the flickr timeline. The quality of the design work is gorgeous.

Just Landed – 36 Hours from blprnt on Vimeo.

This piece looks for tweets containing the phrases ‘just landed in…’ or ‘just arrived in…’. Locations from these tweets are located using MetaCarta’s Location Finder API. The home location for the traveling users are scraped from their Twitter pages. The system then plots these voyages over time.

This was made using Processing, bronchitis ambulance which I’m a huge fan of.

Just Landed – 36 Hours from blprnt on Vimeo.

This piece looks for tweets containing the phrases ‘just landed in…’ or ‘just arrived in…’. Locations from these tweets are located using MetaCarta’s Location Finder API. The home location for the traveling users are scraped from their Twitter pages. The system then plots these voyages over time.

This was made using Processing, bronchitis ambulance which I’m a huge fan of.

Just Landed – 36 Hours from blprnt on Vimeo.

This piece looks for tweets containing the phrases ‘just landed in…’ or ‘just arrived in…’. Locations from these tweets are located using MetaCarta’s Location Finder API. The home location for the traveling users are scraped from their Twitter pages. The system then plots these voyages over time.

This was made using Processing, ambulance which I’m a huge fan of.

Housing & Poverty, approved
originally uploaded by densitydesign.

Lovely Diagram. Do take a look at the others in the flickr timeline. The quality of the design work is gorgeous.


Religious Teachings on Sex Infographic

Originally uploaded by pseudoplacebo

Nicely done simple infographic on the topics of religions and sex. This is why I’m agnostic.



Religious Teachings on Sex Infographic

Originally uploaded by pseudoplacebo

Nicely done simple infographic on the topics of religions and sex. This is why I’m agnostic.



Religious Teachings on Sex Infographic

Originally uploaded by pseudoplacebo

Nicely done simple infographic on the topics of religions and sex. This is why I’m agnostic.




Housing & Poverty, sick
ampoule originally uploaded by densitydesign.

Lovely Diagram. Do take a look at the others in the flickr timeline. The quality of the design work is gorgeous.

Just Landed – 36 Hours from blprnt on Vimeo.

This piece looks for tweets containing the phrases ‘just landed in…’ or ‘just arrived in…’. Locations from these tweets are located using MetaCarta’s Location Finder API. The home location for the traveling users are scraped from their Twitter pages. The system then plots these voyages over time.

This was made using Processing, bronchitis ambulance which I’m a huge fan of.

Just Landed – 36 Hours from blprnt on Vimeo.

This piece looks for tweets containing the phrases ‘just landed in…’ or ‘just arrived in…’. Locations from these tweets are located using MetaCarta’s Location Finder API. The home location for the traveling users are scraped from their Twitter pages. The system then plots these voyages over time.

This was made using Processing, bronchitis ambulance which I’m a huge fan of.

Just Landed – 36 Hours from blprnt on Vimeo.

This piece looks for tweets containing the phrases ‘just landed in…’ or ‘just arrived in…’. Locations from these tweets are located using MetaCarta’s Location Finder API. The home location for the traveling users are scraped from their Twitter pages. The system then plots these voyages over time.

This was made using Processing, ambulance which I’m a huge fan of.

Housing & Poverty, approved
originally uploaded by densitydesign.

Lovely Diagram. Do take a look at the others in the flickr timeline. The quality of the design work is gorgeous.

Just Landed – 36 Hours from blprnt on Vimeo.

This piece looks for tweets containing the phrases ‘just landed in…’ or ‘just arrived in…’. Locations from these tweets are located using MetaCarta’s Location Finder API. The home location for the traveling users are scraped from their Twitter pages. The system then plots these voyages over time.

This was made using Processing, bronchitis ambulance which I’m a huge fan of.

Just Landed – 36 Hours from blprnt on Vimeo.

This piece looks for tweets containing the phrases ‘just landed in…’ or ‘just arrived in…’. Locations from these tweets are located using MetaCarta’s Location Finder API. The home location for the traveling users are scraped from their Twitter pages. The system then plots these voyages over time.

This was made using Processing, ambulance which I’m a huge fan of.

Housing & Poverty, approved
originally uploaded by densitydesign.

Lovely Diagram. Do take a look at the others in the flickr timeline. The quality of the design work is gorgeous.
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Just Landed – 36 Hours from blprnt on Vimeo.

This piece looks for tweets containing the phrases ‘just landed in…’ or ‘just arrived in…’. Locations from these tweets are located using MetaCarta’s Location Finder API. The home location for the traveling users are scraped from their Twitter pages. The system then plots these voyages over time.

This was made using Processing, which I’m a huge fan of.

Housing & Poverty

Tuesday, June 30th, 2009


Religious Teachings on Sex Infographic

Originally uploaded by pseudoplacebo

Nicely done simple infographic on the topics of religions and sex. This is why I’m agnostic.



Religious Teachings on Sex Infographic

Originally uploaded by pseudoplacebo

Nicely done simple infographic on the topics of religions and sex. This is why I’m agnostic.



Religious Teachings on Sex Infographic

Originally uploaded by pseudoplacebo

Nicely done simple infographic on the topics of religions and sex. This is why I’m agnostic.



Religious Teachings on Sex Infographic

Originally uploaded by pseudoplacebo

Nicely done simple infographic on the topics of religions and sex. This is why I’m agnostic.




Housing & Poverty, sick
ampoule originally uploaded by densitydesign.

Lovely Diagram. Do take a look at the others in the flickr timeline. The quality of the design work is gorgeous.


Religious Teachings on Sex Infographic

Originally uploaded by pseudoplacebo

Nicely done simple infographic on the topics of religions and sex. This is why I’m agnostic.



Religious Teachings on Sex Infographic

Originally uploaded by pseudoplacebo

Nicely done simple infographic on the topics of religions and sex. This is why I’m agnostic.



Religious Teachings on Sex Infographic

Originally uploaded by pseudoplacebo

Nicely done simple infographic on the topics of religions and sex. This is why I’m agnostic.




Housing & Poverty, sick
ampoule originally uploaded by densitydesign.

Lovely Diagram. Do take a look at the others in the flickr timeline. The quality of the design work is gorgeous.

Just Landed – 36 Hours from blprnt on Vimeo.

This piece looks for tweets containing the phrases ‘just landed in…’ or ‘just arrived in…’. Locations from these tweets are located using MetaCarta’s Location Finder API. The home location for the traveling users are scraped from their Twitter pages. The system then plots these voyages over time.

This was made using Processing, bronchitis ambulance which I’m a huge fan of.


Religious Teachings on Sex Infographic

Originally uploaded by pseudoplacebo

Nicely done simple infographic on the topics of religions and sex. This is why I’m agnostic.



Religious Teachings on Sex Infographic

Originally uploaded by pseudoplacebo

Nicely done simple infographic on the topics of religions and sex. This is why I’m agnostic.



Religious Teachings on Sex Infographic

Originally uploaded by pseudoplacebo

Nicely done simple infographic on the topics of religions and sex. This is why I’m agnostic.




Housing & Poverty, sick
ampoule originally uploaded by densitydesign.

Lovely Diagram. Do take a look at the others in the flickr timeline. The quality of the design work is gorgeous.

Just Landed – 36 Hours from blprnt on Vimeo.

This piece looks for tweets containing the phrases ‘just landed in…’ or ‘just arrived in…’. Locations from these tweets are located using MetaCarta’s Location Finder API. The home location for the traveling users are scraped from their Twitter pages. The system then plots these voyages over time.

This was made using Processing, bronchitis ambulance which I’m a huge fan of.

Just Landed – 36 Hours from blprnt on Vimeo.

This piece looks for tweets containing the phrases ‘just landed in…’ or ‘just arrived in…’. Locations from these tweets are located using MetaCarta’s Location Finder API. The home location for the traveling users are scraped from their Twitter pages. The system then plots these voyages over time.

This was made using Processing, bronchitis ambulance which I’m a huge fan of.

Just Landed – 36 Hours from blprnt on Vimeo.

This piece looks for tweets containing the phrases ‘just landed in…’ or ‘just arrived in…’. Locations from these tweets are located using MetaCarta’s Location Finder API. The home location for the traveling users are scraped from their Twitter pages. The system then plots these voyages over time.

This was made using Processing, ambulance which I’m a huge fan of.

Housing & Poverty, approved
originally uploaded by densitydesign.

Lovely Diagram. Do take a look at the others in the flickr timeline. The quality of the design work is gorgeous.

Religious Teachings on Sex Infographic

Tuesday, June 30th, 2009


Religious Teachings on Sex Infographic

Originally uploaded by pseudoplacebo

Nicely done simple infographic on the topics of religions and sex. This is why I’m agnostic.


Finding UX Inspiration On Flickr

Friday, June 5th, 2009

I was excited to find out that Good Magazine has an archive of their “Transparencies” up on Flickr

Good Magazine Transparencies

Good Magazine Transparencies


This made me think it would be a good idea to share all the other inspiring information and interaction design that is on Flickr.

Here’s a list of some of my favorite groups

User Experience Design

User Experience Design Flickr Group

User Experience Design Flickr Group


Information Architecture

Information Architecture Flickr Group

Information Architecture Flickr Group


IA Discuss

IA Discuss Flickr Group

IA Discuss Flickr Group


Diagram Diaries

Diagram Diaries Flickr Group

Diagram Diaries Flickr Group


Interaction Designers

Interaction Designers Flickr Group

Interaction Designers Flickr Group


I ♥ wireframes

I ♥ wireframes Flickr Group

I ♥ wireframes Flickr Group


Interaction Design Association (IxDA)

Interaction Design Association (IxDA) Flickr Group

Interaction Design Association (IxDA) Flickr Group

What is information? What is architecture?

Friday, June 5th, 2009

I’m very excited about all the new forms of interaction that are emerging at E3 this year. It’s nice to see hardware that can allow the user to have a more physical and gestural experience with the screen. Obviously the Wiimote helped revolutionize the home game consoler control and much respect is due to Nintendo. That being said I think the others are taking the concept of the controller to the next level.

Here’s a demonstration video from Sony of the new PS3 Motion Controller:

Here’s a demo of the new Microsoft Xbox 360 project Natal:

I’m by far more interested in the Natal interface. Although the idea of waving my arms around without any physical device seems like it might create fatigue more quickly. With that in mind creating a steering wheel interface object could be a solid piece of plastic which would be a lot less expensive to produce.

We’re definitely heading in the right direction here. I just want to see some haptic and resistance feedback next. I’m also getting a feeling that the small rectangular screen is feeling like a limitation now too. Can’t wait to see what’s next.
I’m very excited about all the new forms of interaction that are emerging at E3 this year. It’s nice to see hardware that can allow the user to have a more physical and gestural experience with the screen. Obviously the Wiimote helped revolutionize the home game consoler control and much respect is due to Nintendo. That being said I think the others are taking the concept of the controller to the next level.

Here’s a demonstration video from Sony of the new PS3 Motion Controller:

Here’s a demo of the new Microsoft Xbox 360 project Natal:

I’m by far more interested in the Natal interface. Although the idea of waving my arms around without any physical device seems like it might create fatigue more quickly. With that in mind creating a steering wheel interface object could be a solid piece of plastic which would be a lot less expensive to produce.

We’re definitely heading in the right direction here. I just want to see some haptic and resistance feedback next. I’m also getting a feeling that the small rectangular screen is feeling like a limitation now too. Can’t wait to see what’s next.
I’m very excited about all the new forms of interaction that are emerging at E3 this year. It’s nice to see hardware that can allow the user to have a more physical and gestural experience with the screen. Obviously the Wiimote helped revolutionize the home game consoler control and much respect is due to Nintendo. That being said I think the others are taking the concept of the controller to the next level.

Here’s a demonstration video from Sony of the new PS3 Motion Controller:

Here’s a demo of the new Microsoft Xbox 360 project Natal:

I’m by far more interested in the Natal interface. Although the idea of waving my arms around without any physical device seems like it might create fatigue more quickly. With that in mind creating a steering wheel interface object could be a solid piece of plastic which would be a lot less expensive to produce.

We’re definitely heading in the right direction here. I just want to see some haptic and resistance feedback next. I’m also getting a feeling that the small rectangular screen is feeling like a limitation now too. Can’t wait to see what’s next.
I’m very excited about all the new forms of interaction that are emerging at E3 this year. It’s nice to see hardware that can allow the user to have a more physical and gestural experience with the screen. Obviously the Wiimote helped revolutionize the home game consoler control and much respect is due to Nintendo. That being said I think the others are taking the concept of the controller to the next level.

Here’s a demonstration video from Sony of the new PS3 Motion Controller:

Here’s a demo of the new Microsoft Xbox 360 project Natal:

I’m by far more interested in the Natal interface. Although the idea of waving my arms around without any physical device seems like it might create fatigue more quickly. With that in mind creating a steering wheel interface object could be a solid piece of plastic which would be a lot less expensive to produce.

We’re definitely heading in the right direction here. I just want to see some haptic and resistance feedback next. I’m also getting a feeling that the small rectangular screen is feeling like a limitation now too. Can’t wait to see what’s next.

I’m very excited about all the new forms of interaction that are emerging at E3 this year. It’s nice to see hardware that can allow the user to have a more physical and gestural experience with the screen. Obviously the Wiimote helped revolutionize the home game consoler control and much respect is due to Nintendo. That being said I think the others are taking the concept of the controller to the next level.

Here’s a demonstration video from Sony of the new PS3 Motion Controller:

Here’s a demo of the new Microsoft Xbox 360 project Natal:

I’m by far more interested in the Natal interface. Although the idea of waving my arms around without any physical device seems like it might create fatigue more quickly. With that in mind creating a steering wheel interface object could be a solid piece of plastic which would be a lot less expensive to produce.

We’re definitely heading in the right direction here. I just want to see some haptic and resistance feedback next. I’m also getting a feeling that the small rectangular screen is feeling like a limitation now too. Can’t wait to see what’s next.
I’m very excited about all the new forms of interaction that are emerging at E3 this year. It’s nice to see hardware that can allow the user to have a more physical and gestural experience with the screen. Obviously the Wiimote helped revolutionize the home game consoler control and much respect is due to Nintendo. That being said I think the others are taking the concept of the controller to the next level.

Here’s a demonstration video from Sony of the new PS3 Motion Controller:

Here’s a demo of the new Microsoft Xbox 360 project Natal:

I’m by far more interested in the Natal interface. Although the idea of waving my arms around without any physical device seems like it might create fatigue more quickly. With that in mind creating a steering wheel interface object could be a solid piece of plastic which would be a lot less expensive to produce.

We’re definitely heading in the right direction here. I just want to see some haptic and resistance feedback next. I’m also getting a feeling that the small rectangular screen is feeling like a limitation now too. Can’t wait to see what’s next.
I’m very excited about all the new forms of interaction that are emerging at E3 this year. It’s nice to see hardware that can allow the user to have a more physical and gestural experience with the screen. Obviously the Wiimote helped revolutionize the home game consoler control and much respect is due to Nintendo. That being said I think the others are taking the concept of the controller to the next level.

Here’s a demonstration video from Sony of the new PS3 Motion Controller:

Here’s a demo of the new Microsoft Xbox 360 project Natal:

I’m by far more interested in the Natal interface. Although the idea of waving my arms around without any physical device seems like it might create fatigue more quickly. With that in mind creating a steering wheel interface object could be a solid piece of plastic which would be a lot less expensive to produce.

We’re definitely heading in the right direction here. I just want to see some haptic and resistance feedback next. I’m also getting a feeling that the small rectangular screen is feeling like a limitation now too. Can’t wait to see what’s next.

I’m very excited about all the new forms of interaction that are emerging at E3 this year. It’s nice to see hardware that can allow the user to have a more physical and gestural experience with the screen. Obviously the Wiimote helped revolutionize the home game consoler control and much respect is due to Nintendo. That being said I think the others are taking the concept of the controller to the next level.

Here’s a demonstration video from Sony of the new PS3 Motion Controller:

Here’s a demo of the new Microsoft Xbox 360 project Natal:

I’m by far more interested in the Natal interface. Although the idea of waving my arms around without any physical device seems like it might create fatigue more quickly. With that in mind creating a steering wheel interface object could be a solid piece of plastic which would be a lot less expensive to produce.

We’re definitely heading in the right direction here. I just want to see some haptic and resistance feedback next. I’m also getting a feeling that the small rectangular screen is feeling like a limitation now too. Can’t wait to see what’s next.
I’m very excited about all the new forms of interaction that are emerging at E3 this year. It’s nice to see hardware that can allow the user to have a more physical and gestural experience with the screen. Obviously the Wiimote helped revolutionize the home game consoler control and much respect is due to Nintendo. That being said I think the others are taking the concept of the controller to the next level.

Here’s a demonstration video from Sony of the new PS3 Motion Controller:

Here’s a demo of the new Microsoft Xbox 360 project Natal:

I’m by far more interested in the Natal interface. Although the idea of waving my arms around without any physical device seems like it might create fatigue more quickly. With that in mind creating a steering wheel interface object could be a solid piece of plastic which would be a lot less expensive to produce.

We’re definitely heading in the right direction here. I just want to see some haptic and resistance feedback next. I’m also getting a feeling that the small rectangular screen is feeling like a limitation now too. Can’t wait to see what’s next.

This is a short film by MAYA Design about information:

Information from MAYAnMAYA on Vimeo.

And, no rx here’s another about what is architecture:

Architecture from MAYAnMAYA on Vimeo.

The Crisis of Credit Visualized

Wednesday, February 25th, 2009


The Crisis of Credit Visualized from Jonathan Jarvis on Vimeo.

Did You Know 3.0 -2008 Latest Edition

Sunday, February 22nd, 2009

This is a nice presentation of information. The only thing I disagree with is comparing myspace users to the size of a country. That falls in to the apples to oranges comparison category for me.

Painting with light

Wednesday, January 21st, 2009

Artists Michelle McSwain and Ryan Warnberg (known collectively as MRI) demonstrate how to paint with light. The premise: combine LED lights with long photographic exposures.

MRI also has a blog

Infographic: 3 trillion dollar war

Friday, January 9th, 2009

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