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Subject:UK Info Design Journal: New Issue From:Karen Schriver <ks0e+ -at- ANDREW -dot- CMU -dot- EDU> Date:Wed, 29 Apr 1998 23:25:12 -0400
In case you haven't seen it yet, just out is a new issue of the
Information Design Journal. Here are the details from the editor Paul
KSA, Document Design and Research
* Information design journal * (publication announcement)
message by: Paul Stiff (Editor and Professor of Typography at the
University of Reading)
`Information design journal' volume 9, number 1,
has just been published.
In its 84 pages:
* David Sless -- Building the bridge across the years
* Replies to David Sless from Karen Schriver, Patricia Wright,
Robert Horn, Conrad Taylor, and Michael Turton;
and a rejoinder from David Sless
* Susan King Roth -- Disenfranchised by design: voting systems
and the election process
* Martin Cutts -- 'Unspeakable Acts' revisited
* Michael Macdonald-Ross -- Books and libraries:
the threat from 'New information and communication
* Christopher Burke -- From functionalism to information design:
Jan Tschichold's 'The new typography'
* Ian Mumford -- I am here - where are you?
(How to get lost in map design)
- Thomas Merz: 'PostScript & Acrobat/PDF',
reviewed by Rick le Vert
- Robert L. Harris: 'Information graphics: a comprehensive
illustrated reference', reviewed by Carolyn Vose
and Alan Davis
- Henry G. Burger: 'The Wordtree', reviewed by Robert Horn
and Rebecca Salome Shaw
- David Sless and Rob Wiseman (eds): 'Readings towards
science communication', reviewed by Robert Horn
- Colin Wheildon: 'Type & layout: how typography and design
can get your message across - or get in the way',
reviewed by Ole Lund
- Elaine Kempson & Nick Moore, 'Designing public documents:
a review of relevant research', reviewed by Linda Reynolds
- Karen A. Schriver, 'Dynamics in document design',
reviewed by Robert Waller
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