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This manual offers an introduction to information design. It is intended to provide NGOs with a useful and powerful tool for advocacy and research.

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Source http://www.tacticaltech.org/infodesign
Author The manual was written and designed by John Emerson, Principal at Apperceptive LLC (http://backspace.com, http://apperceptive.com). It was coordinated and produced by the Tactical Technology Collective (http://tacticaltech.org). Thanks to Caroline Kraabel, as well as Colleen Macklin, Jane Pirone and Jesus Farcierth of Parsons the New School for Design for their comments and help. Sponsored by the Open Society Institute Information Program.
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