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Information/Instructional Design: Example

March 22, 2011


Map of the London Underground <> Maps are generally good examples of Information Design as it takes complex routes and roads, or in this case, railways and presents it to the audience/user in a more comprehensible manner. The London Underground map utilizes a colour-coded system to differentiate between the different lines. This schematic system has […]

Information/Instructional Design: Definition

March 21, 2011


Information Design refers to an approach in design that takes complex data and transforms it into information that is easily understood and comprehensible by a wide range of people. This is generally done through a variety of ‘design methodologies’ including but not limiting to: graphic design, instructional design, illustration, interface design and interactive design. Instructional […]