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In my opinion if you can understand any percentage based info graphic you can understand that what she is trying to convey is that on a scale of 1 - 10 or 1 - 100 that is where she ranks herself. I think this is very helpful to the recruiter or interviewer because they will be able to look at the resume right away and tell if this person is a good fit for ...


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Gender neutral icons are a unaddressed issue within modern design patterns. The iconization of digital interfaces has occurred out of screen real estate with insufficient thought applied to user/cultural interpretation. There is some good work going on at the noun project to address this. https://thenounproject.com/term/gender-neutral/132954/ Notice ...


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There are several ways to do this...tailor it to the shape of your data First, don't use the – symbol. In finance and business, the – symbol is often used to represent the number 0, so this could be confusing to users. For most data tables, it's important to present numbers consistently. That means if you have a series of 8's, you should display an 8 in ...


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It seems to me that your issue seems to be with the visual highlighting of the values in the time series grid (assuming that it is the best solution to the problem). So I can offer some suggestions: Varying the size of the value displayed, at least so that 0 values are displayed in a much smaller size Varying the colour of the value displayed, at least so ...


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While there is nothing that specifically makes this icon of a person male or female, there is a tendency in our current culture to assume a "generic" image of a person is male unless it has various markers to mark it as specifically female. To play off the other person's answer where they gave several answers that implied the image could represent "both ...


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We need to consider the context in this case: If this infographic is used discuss the number of people who hate their internet service provider, then the info-graphic does not need to have an visual indication of the gender. I think this graphic without any context would be termed UNISEX. If a subject like bathrooms, Breast/Prostate cancer or any other ...


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There is enough ambiguity here that labeling and context are necessary It doesn't matter whether 30%, 50% or 70% of users think this is male (vs female or gender-neutral). There is enough ambiguity here that the infographic will fail to communicate gender effectively so context and labeling are necessary to make it effective. This Nielsen article ...


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Just label it! The beauty of donut charts is the ability to include explanatory and informative labels. You have the informative part there, but you've left out the explanation. Try something like this:


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'Appropriate' is not something I'd consider, does it work well? Tought to say, can you canvas users for their opinion? I'm a user and my opinion, without seeing the finish screen, as long as the donut is titled along the lines of "You scored:" then it could work. We used the same on a statistical data report showing 335/500 constituents sort of thing. The ...


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Would something like this work: The idea is the main circle has up to 3 time minutes displayed to show a quick look of what the different times are for travelling. On click, or perhaps on hover, 3 circles expand out showing the different travelling times for the different modes of transport. This is just an example and would need refining.


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If I got you right, what you are looking for is an Identicon. It is similar to the text based representation you mentioned, and it's widely used on the web (take Stack Exchange for example). Here is an example:


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Set each course in a row according to its level Order vertically courses according to relations. Try to do not cross relation lines. Enable/Disable nodes according to the status of each course


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Seems like it is not easy to get an answer to this question, but I think it has to do with the way it is being asked. Instead I'll provide some general guidelines that will help you to work out a solution. In infographic design, there are a few key points that you need to work in with general visual design principles: Be faithful to the original ...



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