Theme: Bertin; Conference: Vision +6

[Information Design Journal, 10:1]  2001.  
Publishing status: Available
Table of Contents
Editorial introduction
Piet Westendorp and Karel van der Waarde
1–3
Theme: Jacques Bertin's theories
Introduction
Alan Davis
4
Matrix theory of graphics
Jacques Bertin
5–19
Jacques Bertin and the graphic essence of data
Myriam Daru
20–25
An evolving cognitive-semiotic approach to geographic visualization and knowledge construction
Alan M. MacEachren
26–36
Jaques Bertin’s theory of graphics and its development and influence on multimedia cartography
Wolf Günther Koch
37–43
Applied graphic semiology: The map of the Lyon public transport network (France)
Xavier Garnerin
44–48
Conference: Vision +6
Introduction
Peter Simlinger
49
Applying computer game techniques to process visualization
Alard Weisscher
50–57
Examining comprehension issues in elastic presentation space
Sheelagh Carpendale
58–68
Selected conference summaries
69–72
Case Study
The way in to the way out: Signage design at Copenhagen Airports
Per Mollerup
73–81
Reviews
Michael S. Wogalter, David M. Dejoy, Kenneth R. Laughery (Eds.): Warnings and Risk Communication
Reviewed by Brian Platts
83–84
John Maeda: “Design by Numbers”
Reviewed by Garrett R. Winn
85
Harm J. G. Zwaga, Theo Boersema, and Henriëtte C. M. Hoonhout (Eds): Visual information for everyday use: Design and research perspectives
Reviewed by Frank M. Marchak
86–87
Robert Jacobson (Ed.): Information Design
Reviewed by Roy Johnson
88
Stuart K. Card, Jock Mackinley, and Ben Schneiderman (Eds.): Readings in Information Visualization — Using vision to Think
Reviewed by Roy Johnson
89