Information Design Journal 16:2

[Information Design Journal, 16:2]  2008.  83 pp.
Publishing status: Available
Table of Contents
Does the taxman need a face? Effects of including photographs and examples in a tax form; a field experiment with senior citizens in The Netherlands
Carel van Wijk and Anja Arts
85–100
An interview with Louis Rosenfeld
Saul Carliner
101–106
Are animated demonstrations the clearest and most comfortable way to communicate on-screen instructions?
José Marconi Bezerra de Souza and Mary C. Dyson
107–124
Research challenges
125
Literary potential: The unexplored powers of reading
Frank Hakemulder
126–132
Typography and disciplinary identity in academic writing
Louise J. Ravelli and Sue Starfield
133–147
Research watch
148–155
Frances Rock. Communicating rights: The language of arrest and detention
Reviewed by Martha L. Komter
156–158
Frances Rock. Communicating rights: The language of arrest and detention
Reviewed by Martha L. Komter
156–158
William Benoit and Pamela Benoit. Persuasive messages: The process of influence
Reviewed by Jos Hornikx
159–161
Subjects

Communication Studies

Communication Studies