9 June 2003 Paper landscapes: a visualization design methodology
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Paper landscape refers to both an iterative design process and a document as an aid to the design and development process for creating new information visualizations. A paper landscape engages all stakeholders early in the process of creating new visualizations and is used to solicit input; clarify ideas, features, requirements, tasks; and obtain support for the proposal, whether group consensus, market validation or project funding.
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Richard Brath, Richard Brath, } "Paper landscapes: a visualization design methodology", Proc. SPIE 5009, Visualization and Data Analysis 2003, (9 June 2003); doi: 10.1117/12.473917; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.473917
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