In a complex world, clear and accessible communication, across a broad range of media, has become essential. Information Design addresses this need by blending typography, illustration, communication studues, ergonomics, psychology, sociology, linguistics, computer science and a variety of other fields to create concise and unambiguous messages. While virtually all forms of design are human-centered, information design focuses on the accurate representation of specific knowledge sets and the unique needs of the end user receiving the content
– excerpt from The Information Design Handbook by Jenn + Ken Visocky O’Grady
The projects on this site include icons that express the principles, processes and practices used.
Communicating information clearly and efficiently to users via the information graphics
Evaluating a product or service by testing it with representative users.
The structural design of shared information environments through the organization and labelling of information to support usability and findability
interface & web design
The process of developing a method for two (or more) modules in a system to connect and communicate
The methodology of visual communication, and problem-solving through the use of type, space and image
To document or convey scientific, engineering, or other technical information
The art and technique of arranging type to make written language readable and beautiful
The user experience of orientation and choosing a path within the built environment
The systematic investigation into and study of materials and sources in order to establish facts and reach new
human centered design
A methodology that promotes interacting with people in such a manner as to facilitate the detection of meanings, desires and needs.