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Publication Date: 2004
Publisher: DIANE Publishing Company
Mijksenaar, Paul, Westendorp, Piet
Presents an entertaining array of the most ingenious, frustrating, beautiful & terrible visual solutions that designers & illustrators have invented to help us handle modern technology & everyday products. It shows us how to floss our teeth properly, where to insert the printer cartridge, which button to press to transfer a phone call, how to use chopsticks, how to open a milk carton & where to exit the plane in case of emergency landing. Traces the history of visual instructions & considers how our dependence upon them increases. Presents a variety of clever concepts & solutions designers have used to show us how to do what we need to do. Also, includes an overview of the basic elements of visual instructions: drawings, cartoons & symbols. Spectacular!Mijksenaar, Paul is the author of 'Open Here : The Art of Instructional Design', published 2004 under ISBN 9780756772703 and ISBN 0756772702.
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