Sometimes it looks right in the drawing tool but doesn’t look right in the document. I forgot about balancing the image with the way that it looks on the page with words around it. Another post in my series on Network Diagrams.
I’ve been working on a lot of diagrams lately and pondering how to represent network architectures. I’ve been reading The Visual Display of Quantitative Information to get some inspiration on different approaches. I continue to be fascinated by the power of a network diagram that is well thought out and visually pleasing. And this fascination has led to my own focus on different network diagrams. In this post I’m thinking out loud one the different ways to represent information.
It’s a lesser known fact that one in ten caucasian males have colour blindness. In networking, we often rely on colour diagrams and coloured cables for a key services. Have you ever given any consideration to colour in your designs ?
Are you a painter or an artist ? Are you an engineer or a designer ? Can you Paint with a Hammer?
You want to put text on a line, but it’s the wrong direction or along the line. Here’s how to get that right.
It seems that printing from Visio is not particularly obvious. So this post covers how I would print documents from A4 to A0 paper sizes and some tips on getting good results.