Information Design Journal 14:3

[Information Design Journal, 14:3]  2006.  96 pp.
Publishing status: Available
Table of Contents
Visual verbs: Using arrows to depict the direction of actions in procedural illustrations
Robert Krull and Michael Sharp
189–198
Interview
About designing, trends, culture differences and myths: An interview with Aaron Marcus
Saul Carliner
199–206
A taxonomy of the discourse relations between words and visuals
Kenneth C.C. Kong
207–230
Research Challenges in Text, Discourse and Communication
231
Hyper-document structure: Representing cognitive coherence in non-linear documents
Clara Mancini and Donia R. Scott
232–235
Taking Mendeleyev’s correspondence course: Interface design lessons from the periodic table of the elements
Stan Ruecker and Susan Liepert
236–245
Problems in the Field
Diagrams and the configuration of telecommunications devices
Jim Curran
246–249
Judged comprehensibility: The HOV lane case
Antonio Lucas, Alberto Arbaiza and Maria Teresa Blanch
250–261
Research Watch
262–271
Book Reviews
Clara Mancini. Cinematic Hypertext: Investigating a new paradign
Reviewed by Jan Simons
272–274
Carol Lipson and Michael Days (Eds.) Technical communication and the world wide web
Reviewed by Rob Le Pair
274–276
Subjects

Communication Studies

Communication Studies
BIC Subject: JM – Psychology
BISAC Subject: PSY000000 – PSYCHOLOGY / General