Prof. Dr. Rune Pettersson updates his series of 12 books on Information Design. Download these for free.
Rune Pettersson has updated his series of twelve books on Information Design. This series gives an excellent up-to-date overview of the literature.
All twelve books can be downloaded for free from:
- Message Design [Download link]
- ID theories [Download link]
- Text Design [Download link]
- Image Design [Download link]
- Using images [Download link]
- Reuse in A&D [Download link]
- Graphic Design [Download link]
- Cognition [Download link]
- Learning [Download link]
- Predecessors and Pioneers [Download link]
- It depends [Download link]
- ID-concepts [Download link]
Conference proceedings of the 2022 HCI virtual conference (June 16-July 1, 2022).
Sakae Yamamoto and Hirohiko Mori edited these conference proceedings of the virtual HCI International Conference 2022. It contains 39 articles.
Part 1 focuses on human-centered design approaches, information design and quality, visual design, visualization and big data, and information, cognition and learning.
In their new book, “Communicating Knowledge Visually: Will Burtin’s Scientific Approach to Information Design”, R. Roger Remington and Sheila Pontis, reveal the life, work, and mindset of Will Burtin.
This book presents a timely, in-depth examination of Will Burtin, a pioneer of information design. Using a methodical approach, the authors, R. Roger Remington and Sheila Pontis, analyze Burtin’s way of working, and nine of his seminal projects, including his exhibitions for The Upjohn Company, and diagrams for their SCOPE magazine.
Excerpts taken from Burtin’s unpublished writing offer insight into his thinking process and explain how he transformed complex scientific information into easy, accessible visual forms. Scientists, designers, educators and students will gain valuable knowledge from Burtin’s unique design approach in meeting the current challenges of communicating complexity in their respective fields.
Publisher and ordering: https://www.rit.edu/press/communicating-knowledge-visually
Book launch: December 13, 2021. A recording of this launch can be seen at YouTube.