In Dion's blog, he is famous for creating detailed graphics that often are like a Richard Scarry book for Web 2.0 geeks. I've always rather liked them, even though they do break the rule of graphics: "Immediately understandable". I've gotten around this by telling myself that they are conceptual schematics.
Information Architect and Data Visualization Powerhouse Michal Migurski goes through a series of Dion's graphics and supplies minimal commentary. Michal, who has just the most gorgeous blog design, doesn't really take Dion to the woodshed. He could have been really mean. Rather, he provides minimal commentary and assumes people will already know his peeves.
This is an excellent opportunity to see an information architect complain about something, AND get to see a bunch of Dion's graphics in a gallery. Study them and you'll learn a lot about Web 2.0 and how some designers don't like to see information presented. The best of both worlds!
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