Semiotics

A way of thinking & approaching information design

Special issue of Information Design Journal 23:2 (2017)

Editors
| University of São Paulo, Brazil
| Federal University of Juiz de Fora, Brazil
[Information Design Journal, 23:2]  2017.  ii, 121 pp.
Publishing status: Available
Table of Contents
Introduction: Semiotics: a way of thinking & approaching information design
Carla G. Spinillo
123–124
Editorial
Priscila Lena Farias and João Queiroz
125–126
Visualizing triadic relations: Diagrams for Charles S. Peirce’s classifications of signs
Priscila Lena Farias and João Queiroz
127–147
Semiotic inquiry and distributed significations: The sole purpose of inquiry is to fix belief-habit
Bernard Darras
148–161
The What, Who, How & Why: Building interpretive support models for the design of pediatric health education materials
Willhemina Wahlin and Belinda Paulovich
162–172
From Semiotics to Choreography
David Sless
173–183
Inexplicable in the last resort: A critique of Theo van Leeuwen’s identification of typography as a ‘mode’
Shane Morrissy
184–193
Approaching the design factor: In search of the graphic value Some thoughts on the nature of graphic design
Anna Calvera
194–207
The semiotics of design in media visualization: Mereology and observation strategies
Maria Giulia Dondero
208–218
The semiotics of non-virtuous data visualization: Why information design can never be pure
Steven Skaggs
219–233
Book Reviews
Information Design—ID Theories
Reviewed by Virginia Tiradentes Souto
234–237
Information design, research and practice
Reviewed by Jorge Frascara
238–242
Subjects

Communication Studies

Communication Studies

Linguistics

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