Information Design Journal 19:2

[Information Design Journal, 19:2]  2011.  ii, 113 pp.
Publishing status: Available
Table of Contents
1. Introduction
Peter Simlinger
91
2. The influence of scientese on ad credibility and ad liking: a cross-cultural investigation of ads for beauty products
Margot van Mulken and Jos Hornikx
92–102
3. Synergizing Positivistic and Aesthetic Approaches to Improve the Development of Interactive, Visual Systems Design
Daniel Peak, Michael Gibson and Victor Prybutok
103–121
4. The design of online complaint forms: a comparison of American and Portuguese examples
Rosário Durão
122–141
5. The effect of story structure on emotion, transportation, and persuasion
Anneke de Graaf and Lettica Hustinx
142–154
6. Visuals and Text in Scientific Articles
Luc Desnoyers
155–171
7. Book Reviews
a. Typography for lawyers
Yateendra Joshi
172–173
b. Disease maps:epidemics on the ground
Wes Ervin
174–175
c. Information history in the modern world
Nigel Holmes
176–178
8. Hot Topics
a. Introduction
Oliver Wrede and Max M. Louwerse
179–180
I. Bringing 'Discipline' to the study of games and learning
Richard N. Van Eck
181–187
II. Online maps about radioactivity in Japan
Andreas Schneider
188–197
9. Research & Design Watch
a. Introduction
Peter Simlinger
198
b. Choosing knowledge visulizations to augment cognition: The managers' view
Wibke Weber
199
c. Visual conspictuity: A new simple standard, ist reliability, vaidity and applicability
Jim Curran
200
d. Does the medium affect the message? The effect of congruent versus incongruent display on critical reading
J.R. Hartley
201
e. The effect of format on parents' understanding of the risks and benefits of clinical research: A comparison between text, tables, and graphics.
Wes Ervin
202
Subjects

Communication Studies

Communication Studies