Monthly Archives: March 2012

Information Design to combat TB

Today is World TB Day, intended to raise awareness of TB as a modern problem in the developed as well as the developing world. It’s on the rise in urban areas, particularly among communities living in poor housing conditions. Our … Continue reading

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Designing for pain assessment

Alison Black will be presenting a recent project, on the design pain assessment tools, at the Information Design Conference (London, 12/13 April). The project focuses on eliciting information about pain from people with dementia, who often find it hard to … Continue reading

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What typography tells readers

Jeanne-Louise Moys will be presenting her research, on how typographic presentation influences readers’ impressions of documents, at the Information Design Conference (London, 12/13 April). Jeanne-Louise will highlight how, even before beginning to read a document, the level of typographic differentiation … Continue reading

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