Traffic & Transport

Part I

Special issue of Information Design Journal 17:2 (2009)

[Information Design Journal, 17:2]  2009.  ii, 79 pp.
Publishing status: Available
Table of Contents
Introduction
Peter Simlinger
83–84
Infoconnectivity: The value of certainty and uncertainty for interconnected transport networks
Hermann Knoflacher
85–90
Making sense of the city: A collection of design principles for urban wayfinding
Tim Fendley
91–108
Design impact on New York City parking signs: Motorists pay $600 million in parking violations
Gordon Akwera
109–121
The RATP ticket vending machines
Olivier Veyrune
122–127
Interview
An interview with Maish Nichani
Saul Carliner
128–133
Hot Topics in Information Research and Design
134
Research challenges in internet cartography
Michael P. Peterson
135–140
Medical nursing support pictograms Ashikawa Red Cross Hospital, Hokkaido, Japan 2008
Andreas Schneider
141–146
Research and Design Watch
147–151
The effect of visualizing the flow of multimedia content among and inside devices
Jim Curran
148–149
Shall we dance?
Dirk Knemeyer
149
On uncertainty in information architecture
Dirk Knemeyer
149–150
A practitioner's guide to persuasion: An overview of 15 selected persuasion theories, models and frameworks
Karel van der Waarde
150
The impact of the format of graphical presentation on health-related knowledge and treatment choices
Karel van der Waarde
150
The machineries of context
Dirk Knemeyer
150–151
Book Reviews
Tom Vanderbilt. Traffic: Why we drive the way we do (and what it says about us).
Reviewed by Martin Fössleitner
152
Erwin K. Bauer & Dieter Mayer. Orientation & Indentity – Orientierung & Identity, Portraits of International Way Finding Systems / Porträaets internationaler Leitsysteme. Christian Lunger & Markus Scheiber. Orientierung auf Reisen, Touristische Leitsysteme.
Reviewed by Peter Simlinger
153–154
Jean-luc Doumont. Trees, Maps, and Theorems: Effective communication for rational minds.
Reviewed by Yateendra Joshi
155–156
Ben Shneiderman and Catherine Plaisant, with contributing authors Maxine S. Cohen and Steven M. Jacobs. Designing the User Interface.
Reviewed by Aaron Marcus
157–158
Leonard Verhoef. Why designers can't understand their users: Developing a systematic approach using cognitive psychology.
Reviewed by Peter Simlinger
159–160
Subjects

Communication Studies

Communication Studies