Concepts for Information Design: Format and Behaviors. HCDE 510 Information Design, Fall 2011 Department of Human Centered Design & Engineering, University of Washington David K. Farkas. Concepts. Behaviors (macro and micro). Format (macro and micro) Standard Expository Model (SEM)
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