Information Design Journal 11:2/3

[Information Design Journal, 11:2/3]  2003.  
Publishing status: Available
Table of Contents
Publisher’s note
102
Information Design in Transition
Piet Westendorp and Karel van der Waarde
103–105
Articles
Serifs, sans serifs and infant characters in children’s reading books
Sue Walker and Linda Reynolds
106–122
Designing documents for train operators
Silvia Torsi, Antonio Rizzo, Simone Pozzi and Luca Save
123–137
The graphical forms, visual-verbal resonances, meanings and semiosis of the Red Cross symbols
Havi Murungi, Ian McLaren and Robert Chen
138–150
An overview of the unified modeling language and diagrammatic modeling language design in software engineering
M. Naci Akkøk
151–159
The ‘magic number 5’: Is it enough for web-testing?
Carol Barnum
160–170
Conceptual maps in e-learning
Jacopo Armani and Andrea Rocci
171–184
Technical communication or information design: A merging of professions
Alison Reynolds
185–190
Information for conscious choice
Dino Karabeg
191–200
The construction of records in Dutch police interrogations
Martha L. Komter
201–213
Conference InfoDesign Ed 2002
Introduction
Sue Walker
214–215
Breaking barriers
Frank Cronk, Jill Dacey and Colleen Taugher
216–224
Design education of the lay client
Liv Merete Nielsen
225–229
Storytelling and the personalization of information: A way to teach user-based information design
Judith Moldenhauer
230–242
InfoDesign-Café discussion
Upside down maps
Michael Andrews
243–245
Exhibition Review
Birth/Death of information as art: ‘BodyWorlds’
Aaron Marcus
246–251
Designing an interactive decision explorer
Patricia Wright, Christopher John and Steve Belt
252–260
Document Design Research Watch
261–273
Implications of what is said: The difference between what is stated and what is meant
Wilbert Spooren
261–263
The aim of this article is to...
Geert Jacobs
263–265
The complexity of context
Elisabeth Le
266–268
A Handful / Hand Full of Colorful Beads: Critical studies of cummunication
Jan Piet Verckens
268–271
Studying message features: Problems and opportunities
Hans Hoeken
271–273
Book Reviews
Review of “Editorial Design for Print and Electronic Media” by Yolanda Zappaterra
Reviewed by Yateendra Joshi
274–275
Review of “Mapping: An Illustrated Guide to Graphic Navigational Systems” by Roger Fawcett-Tang and William Owen
Reviewed by Lisa Yayla
275–276
Review of “Graphic Design & Reading: Explorations of an Uneasy Relationship” by Gunnar Swanson (editor)
Reviewed by R. Roger Remington
276–277
Review of “Information Graphics and Visual Clues: Communicating Information through Graphic Design” by Ronnie Lipton
Reviewed by Cynthia Rohner
277–279
Review of “Information Design: An Introduction” by Rune Pettersson
Reviewed by Michael Salvo
279–281
Review of “Typography and Language in Everyday Life: Prescription and Practice” by Sue Walker
Reviewed by David Sless
281–283