Jo Wood plays with data to look at the effects of cartographic decisions on the structures that are revealed.
Mike Bostock's visual tour of the projection space!
Here's what the International Cartographic Association does.
A quick clip of cdv - early efforts to link statistical graphics and cartography to support exploratory data visualization.
Complex projections based upon selected cutting points from Jack van Wijke
Jo Wood's interactive abstract map of the current status of the London Cycle Scheme is described in a 2011 paper.
After the Flood's beautiful layout for London's boroughs.
Wes Willett and colleagues use "jellovation" maps to show topography and relief in hugely creative ways.
Nina McCurdy's design study in which she works with poetry scholars to explore characteristics of poetry by (amongst other things) mapping the page.
I used a quotation on social network visualization from this book to kick things off. Ben Shneiderman used it in a talk that pushed the virtues of visualization.
Sara Fabrikant and colleagues define the first law of cognitive geography.
Tobler's famous description of the "first law of geography" as he presents creative task driven, technology and data enabled, cartography
A recent paper that reflects on the work of cartographers at the University of Glasgow - including John Keates.
The Keates paper that inspired much of my effort in the 1990s.
Details on the BallotMaps design and analysis.
Our early experiments in using Human Centred Design in geovisualization - with reflections and recommendations.
Work in which we developed prototype designs through an approach that involved explicit use of techniques to stimulate creativity.