I bought this as a geek with a view to learning more about how to present data in a way that capitalised on the use of colour and so on (as an artists I make a good housebrick). Read morePublished 2 months ago by Ap Woods
The gold standard in visual design. Along with a good understanding of typography can yield very good looking and informative charts.Published 8 months ago by Nimish
A dry title for a completely wonderful (and beautifully produced) book. Nobody should ever prepare a presentation using graphics to convey numbers without having read it!Published 19 months ago by H. Carter
This book has good and bad aspects. First let me look at the bad part: the text Tufte has written. The problem is, most of it is founded on a single principle: maximise the... Read morePublished 20 months ago by James Oldfield
We have all seen them in presentations: illegible graphs, gaudy tables and lousy ClipArt. As the number of Powerpoint graphics options on explode with every new release of MS... Read morePublished on 30 July 2013 by A. O. P. Akemu
The reproductions are wonderful and the text is informative. A great book to have and read. Get it now!
A classic for every thinking-man's shelf!
Easy to read
Full of quality illustrations
A very good book to have.
I would say worth the money.
Amazing book, amazing service! Really apreciate!
This book began in 1975 but is still so trendy now days. Read more