Katherine Gillieson  Design & Writing

Selected references related to graphic description

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  • Barthes, R. 1967, Elements of semiology, Jonathan Cape Ltd, London.
  • Bertin, J. 1983, Semiology of graphics, trans. W. J. Berg, University of Wisconsin Press, Madison.
  • Bonsiepe, G. 1968, ‘A Method of Quantifying Order in Typographical Design.’ Ulm 21: 24-31.
  • Bonsiepe, G. 1999, Interface -- an approach to design, Jan van Eyck Akademie, Maastricht.
  • Bruce, V. & Green, P. 1990, Visual perception: physiology, psychology and ecology, Erlbaum, London.
  • Crystal, D & Davy, D. 1969, Investigating English Style, Longmans, London.
  • Eco, U. 1979, The role of the reader, Indiana University Press, Bloomington.
  • Engelhardt, Y. 2002, The Language of Graphics, PhD thesis, University of Amsterdam.
  • Goldsmith, E. 1984, Research into Illustration, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.
  • Gombrich, E. H. 1962, Art and Illusion, Phaidon Press, London.
  • Hochuli, J. & Kinross, R. Designing books: practice and theory, Hyphen press, London.
  • Iser, W. 1980, The act of reading, Johns Hopkins Press, London.
  • Jensen, K. B. 1995, The social semiotics of mass communication, Stage, London.
  • Kress, G. & van Leeuwen, T. 1995, Reading images: the grammar of visual design, Routledge, London.
  • Kress, G. & R. Hodge 1979, Language as Ideology, Routledge & Kegan Paul, London.
  • Lee, P. 1996, The Whorf Theory Complex, John Benjamins Publishing Company, Amsterdam.
  • Macdonald-Ross, M. 1979, Research in graphic communication; Graphics in text[s]; How numbers are shown, Institute of Educational Technology, The Open University, Milton Keynes.
  • Müller-Brockmann, J 1996, Grid Systems in Graphic Design, Verlag Nigglie AG, Sulgen.
  • Norrish, P. 1987, The graphic translatability of text, The British Library Board, the Department of Typography & Graphic Communication, University of Reading, Reading.
  • Overmyer, D. 1991, ‘On situating documents: notes toward a descriptive and analytical framework’ Information Design Journal 6(3): 199-209.
  • Richards, C. 2000, ‘Getting the picture: diagram design and the information revolution.’ Information Design Journal 9: 87-110.
  • de Saussure, F. 1983, Course in General Linguistics, ed. C. Bally, trans. R. Harris, Duckworth, London.
  • Schriver, K. A. 1997, Dynamics in Document Design, John Wiley & Sons, New York.
  • Sless, D. 1986a, In Search of Semiotics, Croom Helm, London.
  • Sless, D. 1986b, ‘Reading semiotics.’ Information Design Journal 4: 179-189.
  • Smith, F. 1978, Understanding Reading, Holt, Rinehart and Winston, London.
  • Taylor, C, 1991, The Malaise of Modernity, Anansi Press, Concord, Ontario.
  • Twyman, M. L. 1979 ‘A Schema for the study of graphic language’ in Processing of Visible Language, Vol. 1 eds P. Kolers, M. Wrolstad and H. Bouma, Plenum Press, London.
  • Twyman, M. L. 1985, ‘Using Pictorial Language: A Discussion of the Dimensions of the Problem’ in Designing Usable Texts, eds T. M. Duffy and R. Waller, Academic Press, London.
  • Waller, R. 1987, The design of print media, Open University Press, Milton Keynes.
  • Waller, R. 1988, The typographic contribution to language: towards a model of typographic genres and their underlying structures. PhD thesis, University of Reading.