[cc-humanrights] [cc-humanrights-research] draft vizualization HR table

Niels ten Oever niels at article19.org
Mon May 9 09:18:55 UTC 2016

Thanks for your input Corinne and Vidushi! I just sent your comments
back to the designer. I would like to give her a bit of creative freedom
and she what she does with your comments, I like it that someone who is
new to the processes tries to make sense of it. Let's see what the next
iteration is, if we don;t like it we'll start adding text.

Am a bit afraid though it might become too text heavy, eventhough
Corinne's example was rly nice.



Niels ten Oever
Head of Digital

Article 19

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On 05/09/2016 11:25 AM, vidushi at cis-india.org wrote:
> Dear Niels, 
> Thanks so much for this! The visualisation looks great to me, it does a
> fantastic job of lending structure to different ICANN processes. I like
> the horizontal flow!
> I had a couple of thoughts that I think could be useful in developing
> the next iteration:
> 1. As we are aiming this work at newcomers, we could add some brief
> context/make the connection of each right and why ICANN must be involved; 
> 2. I do agree with Corinne on the point of adding some background info
> about ICANN somewhere in the visualisation. This would make it easier
> for newcomers to add context to each right.
> Cheers, 
> Vidushi
> ----- On May 8, 2016, at 6:16 PM, Corinne Cath <cattekwaad at gmail.com> wrote:
>     Hi niels,
>     Thanks for organizing all of this! The table is very nice. It is
>     clean and concise. The only thing I worry about is that is still a
>     lot of text and a little bland. I think it would be great if this
>     dendrogram would be part of a larger visualization that also gives
>     more background info about ICANN (beyond a glossary, which also
>     seems very useful).
>     I am adding a link to a visualization
>     <http://visual.ly/funding-final-frontier>made about the budget of
>     NASA that I think does a good job at combining text with themed
>     graphics, while not losing the ability to communicate the information.
>     Great first stab and look forward to seeing the next iteration.
>     ​Best,
>     Corinne ​
>     On Fri, May 6, 2016 at 12:25 PM, Niels ten Oever
>     <niels at article19.org <mailto:niels at article19.org>> wrote:
>         Hi all,
>         After talking through all the details of human rights and ICANN
>         policy
>         with a designer she has taken a first stab at vizualizing the table.
>         Let me know what you all think and whether you like the direction in
>         which she is thinking.
>         Suggestions, questions, remarks are very welcome.
>         All the best,
>         Niels
>         -------- Forwarded Message --------
>         Subject:        Re: slide10
>         Date:   Fri, 6 May 2016 12:55:12 +0200
>         From:   Giulia De Amicis <giulia.dmcs at gmail.com
>         <mailto:giulia.dmcs at gmail.com>>
>         To:     Niels ten Oever <niels at article19.org
>         <mailto:niels at article19.org>>
>         Dear Niels,
>         as promised, I'm sharing with you a first draft of the poster.
>         This is what I thought and came out with:
>         I see the structure of the information as a dendrogram. We have
>         in fact
>         different levels of information, with specific contents for each
>         point.
>         I still have to figure out how to include specific contents of a
>         subtopic ("Rights protection mechanism", in "freedom of expression),
>         which includes more specifics at a first level. I see it as another
>         layer, distinct from the others, maybe you can help me with this.
>         Overall, I think it will look good also in a vertical flow. We can
>         discuss this together, according to the final output.
>         I have an idea in order to make the contents more understandable
>         for a
>         general, non specific public (as me). As there is a lot of space
>         that we
>         can use in the infographic, perhaps we could built a glossary
>         which will
>         explain the acronyms used (and maybe a short description of each
>         one).
>         This will help to create a basic background and get people more
>         familiar
>         with the topic.
>         I look forward to hear your feedbacks and comments,
>         Best regards!
>         Giulia
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