Data visualisation—the gathering, conceptualisation and presentation of data in 2D and 3D formats and more recently

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Data visualisation—the gathering, conceptualisation and presentation of data in 2D and 3D formats and more recently, using digital technologies to create interactive interfaces, has the capacity to transform our understanding of an issue. Designer Aaron Koblin even suggests that designers and other creatives have a “responsibility” to transform data to enhance public understanding of important issues. Evaluate the validity of this concept supporting your argument with evidence. Compare and contrast three outstanding examples of time-based data visualisation that have transformed data into a coherent set of ideas about significant contemporary political, economic, social, technological or environmental issues. Explain which of Reas and McWilliams’ (2010) categories of data-visualisation the examples fit, how their design elements contribute to the visual, sonic, spatial and/or tactile representation and how symbolism (colour, shape, form, motifs, etc), have been used by the designers to communicate with their target audiences and generate understanding of data. Find exciting examples - do not use examples extensively discussed in class or already used in Tasks. They must be time-based and interactive, not static and 2D.

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