Transformable Information Representations

Your constantly-updated definition of Transformable Information Representations and collection of topical content and literature

What is Transformable Information Representations?

Interactivity in visual representations can come in the form of either manipulable representations or transformable representations. A transformable representation enables the user to adjust the processing for the visual mapping so that the data is structured in different ways. There are 5 common techniques used for developing transformable information representations including: filtering, data reordering, dynamic querying, magic lenses and attribute exploration.

Literature on Transformable Information Representations

Here’s the entire UX literature on Transformable Information Representations by the Interaction Design Foundation, collated in one place:

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