Carla G. Spinillo

List of John Benjamins publications for which Carla G. Spinillo plays a role.



Spinillo, Carla G. 2022 Information design in the times of the COVID-19 pandemicInformation Design Journal 27:3, pp. 233–234 | Editorial
Spinillo, Carla G. 2019 Introduction: On the representational competence of images, texts and schematic elementsInformation Visualization, Dörk, Marian and Isabel Meirelles (eds.), pp. 1–2 | Introduction
Spinillo, Carla G. 2019 EditorialInformation Design Journal 25:2, pp. 123–124 | Editorial
Spinillo, Carla G. and Cláudio H. da Silva 2019 IDJ retrospective: Looking back at 40 years of Information Design JournalInformation Design Journal 25:3, pp. 237–241 | Editorial
Spinillo, Carla G. 2018 EditorialInformation Design Journal 24:3, pp. 201–202 | Editorial
Spinillo, Carla G. 2017 Introduction: Health Information Design: Building bridges, empowering peopleHealth Information Design, Noël, Guillermina (ed.), pp. 243–244 | Article
Spinillo, Carla G. 2017 Introduction: Information visualization, a design challengeInformation Visualization, Meirelles, Isabel and Katherine Gillieson (eds.), pp. 1–2 | Miscellaneous
Spinillo, Carla G. 2017 Introduction: Semiotics: a way of thinking & approaching information designSemiotics: A way of thinking & approaching information design, Farias, Priscila Lena and João Queiroz (eds.), pp. 123–124 | Article
Spinillo, Carla G. 2016 EditorialInformation Design Journal 22:3, pp. 199–201 | Editorial
Spinillo, Carla G. 2016 IntroductionTraffic & Transport: Part II, Simlinger, Peter (ed.), pp. 77–79 | Miscellaneous
Spinillo, Carla G. 2016 EditorialInformation Design Journal 22:1, pp. 1–2 | Miscellaneous
Spinillo, Carla G. 2014 EditorialInformation Design Journal 21:2, pp. 85–87 | Article
Spinillo, Carla G. 2014 IntroductionInformation Design Journal 21:3, p.  | Article
Spinillo, Carla G. 2014 EditorialInformation Design Journal 21:1, pp. 3–4 | Article
Spinillo, Carla G. and Mary C. Dyson 2001 An exploratory study of reading procedural pictorial sequencesTheme: Pictograms, pp. 154–168 | Article
This paper presents the results of an exploratory study into the influence of picture content and verbal language reading directions on reading procedural pictorial sequences. A sequence of four pictures representing the procedure hrow away after use as tested in four graphic configurations… read more