List of John Benjamins publications for which Jorge Frascara plays a role.
2019. Information design from my window. Information Design Journal 25:3, pp. 335–348
Information Design and its supporting research developed in parallel. Information design cannot exist without research. During the last 50 years, the development of my information design practice was prompted and shaped by demanding interdisciplinary projects, by intelligent colleagues and experts… read more | Article
Designing bowel preparation patient instructions to improve colon cancer detection: Evidence-based design criteria for patients’ documents. Information Visualization, Dörk, Marian and Isabel Meirelles (eds.), pp. 110–1212019.
Medical personnel usually write and design documents that inform physicians or patients about procedures or therapies. Document design, however, requires skills that are not normally applied, resulting in information that is often not used properly. This article describes a project developed by the… read more | Article
Information design, research and practice. Semiotics: A way of thinking & approaching information design, Farias, Priscila Lena and João Queiroz (eds.), pp. 238–2422017.
InfoDesign Udlap 2014. Information Design Journal 21:1, pp. 80–822014.
Lorri Zipperer (Editor) Knowledge management in Healthcare. Information Design Journal 21:3, pp. 300–3012014.
Silke Konsorski-Lang and Michael Hampe (eds). The Design of Material, Organism, and Minds: Different Understandings of Design. Healthcare Information, Simlinger, Peter (ed.), pp. 281–2822010.
Evaluation and design of a blood components transfusion request form. Healthcare Information, Simlinger, Peter (ed.), pp. 241–2492010.
An organization of pharmacists requested our services to improve the design of their printed communications to medical doctors, concerning the use of pharmaceutical drugs. Departing from a design process model developed by the Communication Research Institute of Australia, we selected an existing… read more | Miscellaneous
Information design has traditionally attempted to develop its methods by creating logical sequences and structures to organize both the content and visual presentation of information. Creating clusters, categories, sequences and hierarchies, designers have achieved highly efficient ways of… read more | Article
The design of tactile map symbols for visually impaired people. Information Design Journal 7:1, pp. 67–751993.
Design that makes a difference. Information Design Journal 6:3, pp. 242–2431991.