The standard for presenting architecture to the layman is the coffee table book. I want some cool infographics but I'm not cool enough to produce them.
Gotta start somewhere: I used timetoast to graph architects working from the Victorian era through the Great Depression, those listed in the New Georgia Encyclopedia.
Am I getting somewhere? Any suggestions?
- See the ribbon on the bottom? You move those bars around to stretch out the graph.
- Then you can "grab" in a blank space to move it around like a Google Map.
- Click on a timeline to find a link to more information about the architect.
- This is rough, an experiment.