Information Design Journal 21:2

[Information Design Journal, 21:2]  2014.  ii, 100 pp.
Publishing status: Available
Table of Contents
Editorial
Carla G. Spinillo
85–87
Design Education: Creating diagrams to help students understand complex problems
Guillermina Noël
88–98
Visualizing science and technology across cultures: Results of a pilot study
Rosário Durão, Marta Pacheco Pinto, Kristina Henneke and Karen M. Balch
99–114
A guided approach to conceptual design in the information design process
Sheila Pontis
115–128
Effects of cognitive design principles on user’s performance and preference: A large scale evaluation of a soccer stats display
Hans Westerbeek, Marije van Amelsvoort, Fons Maes and Marc Swerts
129–145
How bulleted lists and enumerations in formatted paragraphs affect recall and evaluation of functional text
Frank Jansen
146–162
Hypertext in online news stories: More control, more appreciation
Luuk Lagerwerf and Daniël Verheij
163–178
Reviews
Learning and navigating in hypertext: Navigational support by hierarchical menu or tag cloud?, feature article in Computers in Human Behavior, 46 (May 2015)
Reviewed by Mary C. Dyson
179–180
Inge Gobert & Johan Van Looveren Thoughts on Designing Information
Reviewed by Karel van der Waarde
181–183
Subjects

Communication Studies

Communication Studies