"Fun Data: Information and Data Visualization" will tell you how graphic designers, illustrators, artists and even scientists use visual design to present information and materials. Ordinary materials become vivid in their writings; illustrations clearly convey information, while paying attention to the rules of design: color coordination, image relevance, text readability, and hierarchical level of primary and secondary information. The book is divided into four chapters: data charts, flowcharts, maps, and instructions. Among the more than 100 projects included in the book, some of the data were obtained based on rigorous and precise scientific experiments, which are authentic and reliable; others are hypothetical and experimentally made by the designer out of curiosity and interest. In the high-speed era of information fragmentation, your desk needs this book to tell you how to play with the information!