After the flood | Projects | AtF Spark


146 bookmarks. First posted by moleitau september 2017.


The sparkline typeface by is really very clever (only relies on OpenType f…
from twitter
november 2017 by fjordaan
sparkline charts in text, like this: 123{10,20,30,40,50,60,70,80,90,100}789
with a special font
chart  fonts 
october 2017 by justinludwig
Data Visualisation, Product Design, Service Design, Information Design
sparklines  typography  visualization  charts  graph  font 
october 2017 by geetarista
Font file for generating sparklines within copy text
design  webdesign  font 
october 2017 by dwntrdr
non-programming fonts for sparklines
sparklines 
october 2017 by bikesandbooks
Data Visualisation, Product Design, Service Design, Information Design
visualization 
october 2017 by twleung
Spark data needs to be formatted as comma-separated values, with curly brackets at both ends of the set, e.g., {30,60,90}. You can also have numbers at the beginning and end of the set, which are useful for providing the start and end points, e.g., 123{30,60,90}456 – Spark has numerals built in.
from instapaper
september 2017 by borrodell
“Can charts be shown in text without using code?”

Data can be hard to grasp – visualising it can make comprehension faster. Sparklines (tiny charts in text) are a useful tool but creating them for the web has always required code. Removing the need for code makes it more accessible. If you can use type, you can use Spark.
data  typefaces  fonts  visualization 
september 2017 by jxpx777
Data Visualisation, Product Design, Service Design, Information Design
Font  Design 
september 2017 by pauldlynch
inline charts within a font
data  design  font 
september 2017 by kit
AtF Spark is a font that allows for the combination of text and visual data to show an idea and evidence in one headline. This builds on the principle of Sparklines defined by Edward Tufte and makes them easier to use. Sparklines are currently available as plugins or javascript elements. By installing the Spark font you can use them immediately without the need for custom code.
design  fonts  datascience  visualisation 
september 2017 by ssorc
Can charts be shown in text without using code?”

Data can be hard to grasp – visualising it can make comprehension faster. Sparklines (tiny charts in text, like this: 123{10,20,30,40,50,60,70,80,90,100}789) are a useful tool but creating them for the web has always required code. Removing the need for code makes it more accessible. If you can use type, you can use Spark.
font 
september 2017 by jcsiegrist
Put simple graphs in-line with text without needing code by using this unique spark font which makes use of contextual alternatives
september 2017 by Vlahn
Data Visualisation, Product Design, Service Design, Information Design
typography 
september 2017 by yamilsalinas
AtF Spark is a font that allows for the combination of text and visual data to show an idea and evidence in one headline. This builds on the principle of Sparklines defined by Edward Tufte and makes them easier to use.
fonts  sparklines 
september 2017 by fogfish
Data Visualisation, Product Design, Service Design, Information Design
data  fonts 
september 2017 by cbotwell
"AtF Spark is a font that allows for the combination of text and visual data to show an idea and evidence in one headline. This builds on the principle of Sparklines defined by Edward Tufte and makes them easier to use. Sparklines are currently available as plugins or javascript elements. By installing the Spark font you can use them immediately without the need for custom code."
font  design  data  visualization 
september 2017 by kasei
Sparklines in text, using a font
sparklines 
september 2017 by pks
To use Spark all you need is a font file, some text, and an application that can make use of OpenType Contextual Alternates, e.g., a new-ish web browser, Microsoft Word, Adobe Illustrator. Spark data needs to be formatted as comma-separated values, with curly brackets at both ends of the set, e.g. via Pocket
september 2017 by laurajnash
Data Visualisation, Product Design, Service Design, Information Design
sparklines  font 
september 2017 by kejadlen
a free font that can turn numbers into sparklines
data  design  font 
september 2017 by trentgn
Sparklines OpenType font. Genius:
from twitter
september 2017 by wspr
Data Visualisation, Product Design, Service Design, Information Design
font  design 
september 2017 by bentsai
Data Visualisation, Product Design, Service Design, Information Design
september 2017 by griffey
Font-based sparkline charts. That is some widlly clever typographical shit right there.
data  font 
september 2017 by alasdairw
After the flood | Projects | AtF Spark
from twitter
september 2017 by jackysee
Data Visualisation, Product Design, Service Design, Information Design
font  charts  data  visualization  typography  opensource  design  sparkline 
september 2017 by e2b
Inspired by Tufte’s sparklines, @AftertheFloodco's typeface turns typed numerals into inline data visualizations. https://t.co/ktf5yxVuRM
– chris nyffeler (nyff) http://twitter.com/nyff/status/908410307927838728
fav  via:packrati.us 
september 2017 by adamprocter
AtF Spark is a font that allows for the combination of text and visual data to show an idea and evidence in one headline. This builds on the principle of Sparklines defined by Edward Tufte and makes them easier to use. Sparklines are currently available as plugins or javascript elements. By installing the Spark font you can use them immediately without the need for custom code.
visualization  fonts  Edward-Tufte 
september 2017 by rexarski
Sparkline font from After the floood
fonts  visualization  charts 
september 2017 by mycotn
A font for sparklines The best
design 
september 2017 by sch
Comments
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september 2017 by igorette
5562{4,27,48,37,60,40,56,54,59,62,37,63,30,59,75,68,50,40,47,30,5,9,50,74,59,75,100,92}7501
data  design  font  fonts  sparklines  cool  dataviz 
september 2017 by orphu
Wait a second… [sparklines](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sparkline) generated from a font! Mind blown! 🤓 Tools & Toys has a good [article on this with examples](http://toolsandtoys.net/atf-spark-typeface/).
september 2017 by thingles
RT @maxgadney: We've just launched Atf Spark, our code-free sparkline typeface. Download it here
september 2017 by probablytom
This is incredibly slick: a font that uses fancy features of the OTF format to allow you to create in-line sparklines. I'll be on the lookout for use cases.
visualization  typography 
september 2017 by DGrady
AtF Spark – Inline charts through font magic
from twitter
september 2017 by nn
A font to make sparklines in seconds
font  sparklines  spark 
september 2017 by saltcreek
Data Visualisation, Product Design, Service Design, Information Design
web 
september 2017 by wurlitzer
transform data to sparklines
font  data  design 
september 2017 by marb
Data Visualisation, Product Design, Service Design, Information Design
typography 
september 2017 by natelandau
Data can be hard to grasp – visualising it can make comprehension faster. Sparklines (tiny charts in text, like this: 123{10,20,30,40,50,60,70,80,90,100}789) are a useful tool but creating them for the web has always required code. Removing the need for code makes it more accessible. If you can use type, you can use Spark.
fonts  typography  data  design  visualization 
september 2017 by patrick
sparklines font
data  design  fonts  dataviz 
september 2017 by lokuo

“Can charts be shown in text without using code?”

Data can be hard to grasp – visualising it can make comprehension faster. Sparklines (tiny charts in text, like this: 123{10,20,30,40,50,60,70,80,90,100}789) are a useful tool but creating them for the web has always required code. Removing the need for code makes it more accessible. If you can use type, you can use Spark.


Neat trick using a font to render a sparkline.
fonts  sparklines  design  data  visualization 
september 2017 by micktwomey
sparklines font
design  visualization  type 
september 2017 by pb