Published by: Yale University Press, 2012. Coauthored with Angela H. DePace.
Edward O. Wilson, Harvard University: “In this technoscientific century, with knowledge doubling every decade, researchers and designers alike need to ramp up their presentation of the material they describe. This beautifully illustrated book shows how.”
Milton Glaser: “A thoughtful and useful series of recommendations that will actually help you understand what you are doing when you are trying to make yourself clear.”
George M. Whitesides, Harvard University: “Anyone—scientist or not–who is interested in using pictures to teach, to convey information, or to catch attention must study this book. It is splendid.”
Steven Heller, School of Visual Arts: “…unique…an essential guide to literacy for fields that are essential to all our lives.”
Philip Campbell, Editor-in-Chief, Nature: “Scientists presenting even simple data to busy journal readers are well advised to invest some thought in their visual comprehensibility and impact. This unique book provides exactly what they need .”
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