Graphesis: Visual Forms of Knowledge Production (metaLABprojects)

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"Graphesis" is a sophisticated critique of some of the foundational assumptions of HCI (human computer interaction), interaction design, and information visualization. Drucker makes a compelling case for the value of humanistic inquiry into subjects that have traditionally belonged solely to computer experts and social scientists.--Maria Engberg, Assistant Professor of Media Technology, Malmo University, and Jay David Bolter, Professor of Digital Media, Georgia Institute of Technology"

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"Graphesis" is a significant contribution to the field, every bit as important as Drucker s "The Visible Word." Indeed, the world has changed, and information design has shifted significantly with it. In this text, Drucker should be applauded for taking a broad view of her subject, tackling little-studied imagery as well as visual systems of thinking.--Elizabeth Guffey, Professor of Art and Design History, Purchase College, State University of New York"

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