Research Piece 2- Information Graphics

An information graphic within its simplest form is the visual representation of a certainPicture27 information to a specific audience. Since the technology boom throughout the 20th and 21st century infographics have been come a common occurrence of everyday life( although they have been recorded in existence as early as 1626) and are used a format to simplify the bulk of information in a way that makes it quick and clear for the audience and/or individual viewer to understand. The creation process of these graphics is commonly referred to as information architecture. They can be and are used for most topics around the globe often seen within election pieces and technology descriptions.

During the 20th century there were many stand out works in terms of infographics in which people designed these works as a way of describing their theories in a way that would meet a mass audience. For example, Otto Neurath developed the Vienna Method, Isidore Isou published the Lettrist manifesto in 1942 and In 1958 Stephen Toulmin proposed a graphical argument model, called The Toulmin Model of Argumentation. From this within the introduction of flash within the 21st century information graphics lead to them becoming more of an animated fashion and took more progression into the design side of information.

From the research that I have conducted was able to determine that for my own project it will need to be a piece of work that presents my concept that I have decided on and developed over a course of the project. Although this concept will have a fair point of information that in bulk may not necessarily be easily understood by those of my audience, so within the form of my interpretation of an infographic I am able to present a concept within a clearer and direct route that will describe my concept without overwhelming the members of my audience.

An information Picture28graphic within its simplest form is the visual representation of a certain information to a specific audience. Since the technology boom throughout the 20th and 21st century infographics have been come a common occurrence of everyday life( although they have been recorded in existence as early as 1626) and are used a format to simplify the bulk of information in a way that makes it quick and clear for the audience and/or individual viewer to understand. The creation process of these graphics is commonly referred to as information architecture. They can be and are used for most topics around the globe often seen within election pieces and technology descriptions.

During the 20th century there were many stand out works in terms of infographics in which people designed these works as a way of describing their theories in a way that would meet a mass audience. For example, Otto Neurath developed the Vienna Method, Isidore Isou published the Lettrist manifesto in 1942 and In 1958 Stephen Toulmin proposed a graphical argument model, called The Toulmin Model of Argumentation. From this within the introduction of flash within the 21st century information graphics lead to them becoming more of an animated fashion and took more progression into the design side of information.

From the research that I have conducted was able to determine that for my own project it will need to be a piece of work that presents my concept that I have decided on and developed over a course of the project. Although this concept will have a fair point of information that in bulk may not necessarily be easily understood by those of my audience, so within the form of my interpretation of an infographic I am able to present a concept within a clearer and direct route that will describe my concept without overwhelming the members of my audience.

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