Information Design for Getting Difficult Issues Across: From Trial Experiences to Education
We present an education case that is relevant to the field of human-computer interaction, and that presents a promising method of delivering HCI education. The art and skill of designing interactive tools for delivering a complex story while engaging a non-expert audience was transferred from a high-profile international trial setting into a classroom filled with designers and technicians. Experiences in information design for a complex trial, and their implications for the education case are presented. General conclusions and recommendations are drawn for HCI education.
Jasper Fassaert and Maarten H. Lamers, Information Design for Getting Difficult Issues Across: From Trial Experiences to Education. In: Proceedings of the 13th Computer-Human Interaction Netherlands Conference, June 2009, Leiden (The Netherlands), pp 43-45