In print:

Presentations and public speaking:
Designing Science Presentations (2013), Matt Carter
Slide:ology (2008), Resonate (2010), Nancy Duarte

Visual perception, visual thinking and visual communication
100 Diagrams that Changed the World (2012), Scott Christianson
Universal Principles of Design (2003), W. Lidwell, K. Holden, J. Butler
The Back of the Napkin (2009), Blah, Blah, Blah (2011), Dan Roam
Understanding Comics: The Invisible Art (1994), Scott McCloud
Information Visualization: Perception for Design (2004), Colin Ware

Information/Data visualization
Now You See It (2009), Show Me the Numbers (2004), Stephen Few
Visual Explanations (1997), Envisioning Information (1990), The Visual Display of Quantitative Information (2006), Beautiful Evidence (2006), Edward R. Tufte

Visual communication of science: case study approach
Visual Strategies (2012), Felice Frankel & Angela H. DePace


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Accessible Digital Media Guidelines

Color universal design principles

Simulator to check what your image looks like to someone with color deficiencies

Image contrast checker (text)

Another image contrast checker (image)

Accessible color palette builder

We don't teach software because there is no one best software package for scientists. We have created a list here, through crowd-sourcing on twitter, that we provide for your information only.

How to give better science presentations Prof Susan McConnell, Stanford University

Visualizing biological data and design principles

Commentary on science communication/visual communication

Visualization of thought/cognitive science

Association of Medical Illustrators

Conference on visualization in science and education

National Science Foundation Science & Engineering Visualization Challenge

Science visualization tutorials

Color deficiency resources

Science communication training