The lessons of Isotype for information design
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During the rst years in Vienna, the work became known as the ‘Wiener Methode der Bildstatistik’ (Vienna Method of Pictorial Statistics). Numerical information was represented visually in consistent ways; though, especially in this early period, one can see a rapid and self-critical development of the means and methods employed (Kinross 2013). While, from childhood, Otto Neurath’s interests had covered the whole eld of visual presentation, it was for its ‘data-graphics’ (to use a later, Englishlanguage term) that this work became known.