Visual Communication for Learning: An Investigation into Users' Reading Experiences
By combining deconstruction design analysis and user experience research, this study investigates how readers interact with visual materials, a potential tool to affect learning.
||Visual Communication Design, Reading and Learning, Instructional Material Design, Information Design
International Journal of Learning, Volume 12, Issue 9, pp.175-182.
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Tingyi received her M.A. in 1998 and M.F.A. in 1999 at University of Wisconsin-Madison and she has taught graphic design, video production, and computer/multimedia art at Shu-Te University in Taiwan. Her visual language and information design focus fall in the art and design program, and she is working as a project assistant at Learning Support Service, College of Letter and Science at University of Wisconsin-Madison. Tingyi has received awards and honors for her work in video production, graphic creation, and design research. She is also a sports lover who enjoy in the team work.
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