Dave Gray’s new book, Marks and Meaning, delves quite deeply into the business uses of visual information. In the process, he describes some common problems that many of us face. A case in point: The paralysis that is often caused by information overload, and the detrimental effect this can have on decision-making.
Last week, I told you about Dave Gray’s fascinating new book about visual thinking, Marks and Meaning. Today, I’d live to dig a bit deeper, taking a closer look at a concept from it called “successive approximation” that can help you to become a better visual mapper.