Developments in technology (paper, pencil, ball pen, typewriter, and computer) have continued to influence both the thinking about and the doing of many design practices. Visual information design is considered a professional field for the practice of developing visual representation. However, information design in graphics grew from being a small branch within graphic design to an independent discipline of notable stature from the end of the twentieth century. This study is a beginning of examination and creation of visual information design. It is a cross-disciplinary discussion by which links design and learning together in order to find a role of information design for learning in society. Although various styles exist and will be created, visual representation has matured in relation to legibility and ease of reading. This study will facilitate this maturation and will successfully improve ease of understanding in the design of teaching materials.
|Keywords:||Visual Information Design, Human Learning, Understanding, Graphic Design|
Assistant Professor, Visual Communication Design Dept., National Taiwan University of Science and Technology, Kaohsiung, Taiwan
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