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Areas of study include - The emergence of information design as a distinctive stance. - Practical problem-solving in communication design, the push from ergonomics, the behavioural sciences, ?consumerism?, and notions of user-centredness in other design domains. - Methods of enquiry associated with information design: from ?legibility? to ?usability?, lab-based and field-based evaluative techniques, formal and informal methods. - Practical heuristics: the transformer and editing criticism, alternatives, and tests critical reviews. - Texts and readers, designing for reading and action. - Arguments within information design. - The contribution of language studies. - Professional judgment and decision-making. - Graphic support for decision-making.

Areas of study include - The emergence of information design as a distinctive stance. - Practical problem-solving in communication design, the push from ergonomics, the behavioural sciences, ?consumerism?, and notions of user-centredness in other design domains. - Methods of enquiry associated with information design: from ?legibility? to ?usability?, lab-based and field-based evaluative...

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