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Metropolis Magazine: Screen Space | December 2000, Metropolis Magazine | “Considering all the hoopla about information design, there's a dearth of knowledgeable commentary on the subject both online and off. XPLANE, a small, young, St. Louis-based studio with an established track record for creating fresh and communicative information graphics, is attempting to remedy the situation. The firm specializes in a vivid cartoonlike house style intended to unravel the complex realities of high-tech companies — but they take this stuff seriously. Their site hosts an online posting of links to relevant an informative articles that is updated almost daily. Topics covered in the studio's 'visual thinking' weblog [xblog] and case studies include GUIs (graphical user interfaces), statistical maps, and discussions of internet protocols and brand strategy.”



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“...incredible usability...”

Travelscape.com had the unique challenge of guiding our users through a very complex transaction in a simple and well defined way. XPLANE's approach gave Travelscape incredible usability and also has earned our site many awards for ease of use and simplicity. Since the implementation of XPLANE's design work, our sales have continually broke our most optimistic growth expectations.

I highly recommend XPLANE to create and simplify the most complex of web designs.

Tim Poster
Chairman and CEO
Travelscape



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Monday, December 4, 2000: Congratulations to XPLANE partner Business 2.0 for winning an SPJ award for their excellent article on How It Works, featuring XPLANE's eCommerce Engine graphic. Read the press release for more information on the other awards B2.0 won from the SPJ.





XPLANE | The visual thinking company, is a group of artists, designers, thinkers and programmers dedicated to turning complexity into clear, effective, visual communication.

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