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Worth every penny if you can find it. Easy to understand discussions on designing flat graphics and information in a world of depth and time. Why is it no longer in print?Published on Sept. 16 2010 by Rick Dolishny
I'm a big fan of Tufte's work and so was, at first, sort of disappointed the first time through this book. But each time I reread it I find found more and more I can use. Read morePublished on May 22 2001 by Don Hilton
If you're a graphic designer looking for practical content on how to better present your infographics - look elsewhere. The book was filled with beautiful, but useless information. Read morePublished on March 29 2001 by Mike Cobb
Very well produced and interesting work. However, I don't think it sums up to a book. A profusion of illustrations, though interesting, is at times gratuitous and barely related to... Read morePublished on Jan. 28 2001 by John Doe
Tufte is a genius, and this, the first of his series (of three), is an exquisite testimony to visual design. Wonderful for brainstorming or just feasting the eyes. Read morePublished on Jan. 8 2001 by Kathy E. Gill
I wrote the following review here on Amazon back on June 4, 1997. I still stand by this review!
Ed Tufte has created an essential resource for every software designer and... Read more
This book is a must have for anyone into design. It is very inspiring, and the concept and the thought behind the book could actually lead to creation of good design. Read morePublished on Nov. 6 2000
This book as a "must-have" for any usability design engineer. While it is not a book that focuses specifically on usability design per se, all of the concepts covered in... Read morePublished on June 3 2000 by Edward Kim