Author Archives: Jeanne-Louise

Highlights from student placements

Last year, our graphic communication undergraduate students had the opportunity to undertake some exciting information design placements, including working on an inclusive design research project and designing infographics for the BMJ – (which may be  more familiar to some readers … Continue reading

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Reading and the diverse ways we engage with information

Jeanne-Louise Moys represented CIDR at the recent E-READ ‘Books and screens and the reading brain’ in Vilnius. The conference engaged with an exciting range of research into reading across different platforms, genres and contexts. As part of the proceedings, Jeanne-Louise … Continue reading

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Developing interactive eLearning resources

This week CIDR researcher, Dr Jeanne-Louise Moys visited the University of Limerick. Working with Dr Ann Marcus-Quinn (University of Limerick) and Dr Tríona Hourigan, Jeanne-Louise is developing interactive eLearning materials for a new digital study of typographic differentiation. The bespoke materials … Continue reading

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Typographic presentation and how people read legal information

This week, CIDR researcher Jeanne-Louise Moys shared her research on typography and document design with legal and plain language practitioners at a Clarity breakfast talk. Her talk explored how effective typography can improve how people engage with legal and complex information, as … Continue reading

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Congrats to Josefina and our MAID graduates

We’re thrilled to announce that CIDR doctoral researcher, Josefina Bravo is part of the Dear How To team who won the Jury Prize and a Gold Award in Didactics at this year’s IIID awards. Dear How To is a team of three graduates … Continue reading

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