[cc-humanrights] [cc-humanrights-research] draft vizualization HR table
cattekwaad at gmail.com
Sun May 8 12:46:18 UTC 2016
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.
On Fri, May 6, 2016 at 12:25 PM, Niels ten Oever <niels at article19.org>
> 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,
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> Subject: Re: slide10
> Date: Fri, 6 May 2016 12:55:12 +0200
> From: Giulia De Amicis <giulia.dmcs at gmail.com>
> To: Niels ten Oever <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!
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