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A leader in the field of data visualization, Stephen Few exposes the common problems in dashboard design and describes its best practices in great detail and with a multitude of examples in this updated second edition. According to the author, dashboards have become a popular means to present critical information at a glance, yet few do so effectively. He purports that when designed well, dashboards engage the power of visual perception to communicate a dense collection of information efficiently and with exceptional clarity and that visual design skills that address the unique challenges of dashboards are not intuitive but rather learned. The book not only teaches how to design dashboards but also gives a deep understanding of the concepts--rooted in brain science--that explain the why behind the how. This revised edition offers six new chapters with sections that focus on fundamental considerations while assessing requirements, in-depth instruction in the design of bullet graphs and sparklines, and critical steps to follow during the design process. Examples of graphics and dashboards have been updated throughout, including additional samples of well-designed dashboards.

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Simply Delicious 18 septembre 2013
Par Michael Alexander - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
This second edition is a significant rewrite that contains lots of new concepts and examples. Focusing on visualization at a glance, this edition takes into account tools and technologies that have evolved since the first edition more than six years ago.

Stephen guides us through the mechanics of how humans perceive visualizations, and then translates that into guidelines we can use to synthesize data into effective dashboards. Far from being a dry read, his style is so direct and hard-lined I have to smile reading his work. For example, he shows (IN FULL COLOR) real examples of dashboards he's found, publicly flogging them down, telling us what not to do (woe unto him who ends up in a Stephen Few book). He then walks us through some excellent examples of dashboards, giving us clear vision for our own data.

If you build dashboards of any kind, you should definitely consider getting acquainted with Stephen's work.
17 internautes sur 18 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Few encourages us to create "eloquence through simplicity" 28 août 2013
Par Dallas Marks - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
Stephen Few has made significant contributions to the field of data visualization, publishing books like Show Me the Numbers: Designing Tables and Graphs to Enlighten, Now You See It: Simple Visualization Techniques for Quantitative Analysis, and Information Dashboard Design. Drawing inspiration from experts like Edward Tufte and Colin Ware, Few has a real talent for bringing theoretical concepts to life in a practical way.

The first edition of Information Dashboard Design: The Effective Visual Communication of Data, published in 2006, completely changed my approach to building dashboards. The second edition of Information Dashboard Design is a significant revision and rewrite of its predecessor, with lots of new material. It is a reflection of how the world of data visualization has changed since 2006. None of the data visualization tools available at that time supported Edward Tufte's sparklines or the author's own bullet charts. Nor were there Apple iPhones (released in 2007) and iPads (released in 2010) to display analytics. The changes are also reflected in the subtitle, which is now "displaying data for at-a-glance monitoring" instead of "the effective visual communication of data."

What has not changed since 2006 is software vendors' pursuit of gaudy impractical visualizations like exploding pie charts. The acknowledgements are classic Stephen Few:

"Without a doubt I owe the greatest debt of gratitude to the many software vendors who have done so much to make this book necessary by failing to address or even contemplate the visual design requirements of dashboards. Their kind disregard for visual design has given me focus, ignited my passion, and guaranteed my livelihood for years to come."

Although Few is well-known for his disdain of pie charts, his advice is grounded in the science of visual perception. He devotes entire chapters to sparklines and bullet charts. And he provides new guidelines for visualizing data on smartphones and tablets. The chapter "Putting it All Together" provides in-depth analysis of real dashboards submitted for a dashboard design competition. It's very instructive to see multiple dashboards attempting to meet the same set of business requirements, with varying degrees of success. And the book concludes with "From Imaging to Unveiling," a short but meaningful chapter about how to design for success. Not only is the content valuable, but the hardcover edition is beautifully rendered in color with high-quality materials.

This is a book about dashboard design- not implementation. It's not written exclusively for dashboard developers, but anyone who has an interest in bringing useful data visualization to life in their organization. Few's goal is "eloquence through simplicity" and he achieves it with this new book.
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The Definitive Guide 31 août 2013
Par Daniel G. Murray - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
I've been working as a data visualization consultant for over six years and when a client asks me the "one" book to read about dashboard design--this is the book I recommend. Excellent.
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If you haven't read Few's other books, get it. Don't take the cover art too seriously, though. 1 janvier 2014
Par Rob Kerr - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
Another good visualization book by Stephen Few, probably the most read thought-leader in dashboard visualization.

I've read other books by Mr. Few, and his ideas are must-know ideas. You should buy this book NOW and read it cover-to-cover if you've not read his other similar works (or are not schooled in the similar ideas of Mr. Tufte). However, if you've read his prior work in this area, you probably have internalized the majority of this book as well and won't find significant new concepts in this edition.

One note: based on the cover (an iPhone with a dashboard) I was excited to order this book on pre-order. I assumed the implication was that a significant portion of the book might be covering new form factors. In reality most of the book covers traditional full-sized PC dashboard design principles as prior books do. There are a few pages that discuss mobile device design, but mostly covering Mr. Few's opinions on dark vs. light backgrounds, but not much consideration specifically about mobile form factor design as I was hoping.

Ovreall, great book, and if your work involves BI data visualization it's an important reference for your bookshelf. But if you already have several books by Few and/or Tufte you could skip this one.
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Content is top notch, the printed book isn't 2 avril 2015
Par Sam - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
I never write a review for anything but I just had to share that for a book that is so focused on the utility of design, the printing of the book is horrible. It looks like it was done with a 600dpi 1990s inkjet. The graphics are washed out and the screenshots are a joke. Don't get me wrong the content is very good but its a shame that the author chose this printer because they really are putting out a subpar product.
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