UX books about information visualization (Info Viz)

From our UX topics list, this list is all the books that relate to Info Viz. If you work on complex systems, you will need these.

#1: Information Vizualization

Information Visualization: Perception for Design by Colin Ware style=

As a UX designer, we will no doubt be confronted with having to present complex information in an accessible way. Info Viz is a key part of the user experience of a product. This book teaches about how human perception influences data presentation. It’s nerdy and a bit on the heavy side, but you’ll find amazing nuggets and important presentation heuristics buried in it.

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#2: Mapping Experiences

Mapping Experiences: A Complete Guide to Creating Value through Journeys, Blueprints, and Diagrams by James Kalbach style=

Designing information can also be done on an abstract level, mapping the flow of information, or the experience itself. Information diagrams is nothing new, but experience diagrams is. This book is about that. In it, you will learn about how and when to design Customer Journey Maps, Experience Maps and Mental Model Diagrams, just to name a few.

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