Are We Practicing “Infographics” Like the Cavemen?

If you haven’t had the opportunity to check out the new Research Access Blog,  I encourage you to visit.

There, you’ll find brain massaging articles, essays and information on research from some different perspectives.

Last week, Alex Gofman, Vice President of Moskowitz Jacobs Inc. wrote an interesting essay on early graphic “infographics” a visual representation of information.

After reading this article, I found it interesting that we seem to be evolving somewhat full circle as we strive to take quantitative data and make it more consumable by the use of presentations, video, slides and other visual “infographics”.

Read more about infographics at Research Access…

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