Los Angeles, California

Will also be repeated Jan 26

Topics covered:
* fundamental strategies of information design
* evaluating evidence used in presentations
* statistical data: tables, graphics, and semi-graphics
* business, scientific, legal, financial presentations
* complexity and clarity
* effective presentations: on paper and in person
* use of video, overheads, computers, and handouts
* multi-media, internet, and websites
* credibility of presentations
* design of information displays in public spaces
* animation and scientific visualizations
* design of computer interfaces and manuals

The fee for the one-day course is $320 per person. This fee
includes all three books, Visual Explanations, Envisioning
Information, and The Visual Display of Quantitative
Information, and the 15" x 22" Napoleon's March poster.
Groups of 10 or more, registering simultaneously, receive
a 25% discount. The fee for full-time students not currently
employed is $160; provide a copy of the current student ID
and phone number of school registrar. There are no other

See for more info: http://www.edwardtufte.com/tufte/courses

Added by lhl on January 12, 2005


Jay Fienberg

I attended the Tufte seminar last year in San Francisco, and thought it was very good--especially if you don't already have the books and poster and would like to have them.