Information Visualization

Special issue of Information Design Journal 23:1 (2017)

Editors
| OCAD University, Toronto, Canada
| Emily Carr University of Art / Design,Vancouver, Canada
[Information Design Journal, 23:1]  2017.  ii, 123 pp.
Publishing status: Available
The electronic edition is available under a CC BY 4.0 license.
Table of Contents
Introduction: Information visualization, a design challenge
Carla G. Spinillo
1–2
Editorial: Information+ Special issue of IDJ
Isabel Meirelles and Katherine Gillieson
3–5
Creative data literacy: Bridging the gap between the data-haves and data-have nots
Catherine D'Ignazio
6–18
Visualization as assemblage: Exploring critical visualization practice
Patricio Dávila
19–31
Anticipative interfaces for emergency situations
Klaus Kremer
32–38
One view is not enough: High-level visualizations of a large cultural collection
Marian Dörk, Christopher Pietsch and Gabriel Credico
39–47
Subjectivity in personal storytelling with visualization
Alice Thudt, Charles Perin, Wesley Willett and Sheelagh Carpendale
48–64
Designing diagrams for Wikipedia
Michele Mauri, Azzurra Pini and Paolo Ciuccarelli
65–79
Proving the value of visual design in scientific communication
Karen Cheng, Yeechi Chen, Kevin Larson and Marco Rolandi
80–95
Visualising medical evidence on sepsis treatment: A case study about interactive graphics in scientific publishing
Will Stahl-Timmins
96–103
Improving the quality of healthcare data through information design
Guillermina Noël, Janet Joy and Carmen Dyck
104–122
Subjects

Communication Studies

Communication Studies

Linguistics

Discourse studies
BIC Subject: AK – Industrial / commercial art & design
BISAC Subject: LAN004000 – LANGUAGE ARTS & DISCIPLINES / Communication Studies