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  • 1. Informa(on
Design,
New
Technologies,and
Social
Dimension
of
KnowledgeLuigi
Di
Prinzio
University
IUAV
of
Venice
Marco
Mason

University
IUAV
of
Venice
  • 2. Informa(on
DesignShort
introduc(on:concepts
and
prac(ces New
Technologies How
the
entrance
of
NT
has
changed
 the
information
visualization:
 the
relevance
of
Information
Design Social
Dimension
of
 Knowledge web‐GIS
systems
and
their
relevance
in
 making
decisions:
 Web
2.0
and
Geography
on
Internet
  • 3. DATA in fo rm a es ti fac o r te n in USER(S)“Informa(on
Design
is
concerned
with
the
arrangement
and
presenta(on
of
data
so
that
it
can
be
transformed
into
useful
informa(on.”
Nathan
Shedroff
  • 4. DATA in fo rm ia l a d s ti e e m c l( rfa o u e n M nt I USER(S)“Informa(on
Design
is
concerned
with
the
arrangement
and
presenta(on
of
data
so
that
it
can
be
transformed
into
useful
informa(on.”
Nathan
Shedroff
  • 5. Informa(on
Design Interac(on
Design Cogni(ve
Sciences Graphic
Design Psychology Informa(on
Architecture Compu(ng ...
  • 6. Informa(on
DesignInforma3on
design
is
concerned
with
transforming
data
into
informa(on,
making
the
difficult
easier
to
understand
and
to
use.
It
has
come
up
as
a
response
to
peoples
need
to
understand
and
use
such
things
as
forms,
computer
interfaces,
technical
informa3on,
and
physical
space
(airport)It
is
a
fast
growing
discipline
which
is
based
on
graphic
design,
applied
linguis3cs,
applied
psychology,
applied
ergonomics
(e.g.
HCI),
compu3ng,
and
other
fields.Informa3on
designers
think
the
selec(on,
structuring
and
presenta(on
of
the
informa3on
in
rela3on
to
the
purposes,
skills,
experience,
preferences
and
circumstances
of
the
users.To
do
this
they
need
professional
knowledge
and
skills
in
graphic
communica3on
and
typography,
the
psychology
of
reading
and
learning,
human‐computer
interac(on,
mul(media
interface
design,
usability
research
and
clear
wri(ng,
plus
an
understanding
of
the
prospec3ve
and
boundaries
of
different
media. Luigi di Prinzio e Marco Mason | IUAV University of Venice
  • 7. Milestones
of
Informa(on
Design
 Luigi di Prinzio e Marco Mason | IUAV University of Venice
  • 8. Slides
remain 1/2 1/1 Luigi di Prinzio e Marco Mason | IUAV University of Venice
  • 9. Charles
J.
Minard
  • 10. John
Snow
  • 11. OXo
Neurath
infographic Luigi di Prinzio e Marco Mason | IUAV University of Venice
  • 12. Jacque
Ber(nTexture
for
qualita(ve
and
quan(ta(ve
data Luigi di Prinzio e Marco Mason | IUAV University of Venice
  • 13. Andrew
Kuo

  • 14. Slides
remain 1/2 1/1 Luigi di Prinzio e Marco Mason | IUAV University of Venice
  • 15. Slides
remain 1/2 1/1 Luigi di Prinzio e Marco Mason | IUAV University of Venice
  • 16. Luigi di Prinzio e Marco Mason | IUAV University of Venice
  • 17. Luigi di Prinzio e Marco Mason | IUAV University of Venice
  • 18. Sw esame
  • 19. Sw esame
  • 20. Informa(on
DesignShort
introduc(on:concepts
and
prac(ces New
Technologies How
the
entrance
of
NT
has
changed
 the
information
visualization:
 the
relevance
of
Information
Design Social
Dimension
of
 Knowledge web‐GIS
systems
and
their
relevance
in
 making
decisions:
 Web
2.0
and
Geography
on
Internet
  • 21. New
Technology:
next
the
Mainframe>
Processing
<
Archive
Cost
Spreading
of
PCCommunica(on
InfrastructureInternet
  • 22. New
Technology:
next
the
Mainframe>
Processing
<
Archive
Cost
Spreading
of
PCCommunica(on
InfrastructureInternet
  • 23. New
Technology:
next
the
Mainframe>
Processing
<
Archive
Cost
Spreading
of
PCCommunica(on
InfrastructureInternet
  • 24. New
Technology:
next
the
Mainframe>
Processing
<
Archive
Cost
Spreading
of
PCCommunica(on
InfrastructureInternet
  • 25. New
Technology:
next
the
Mainframe>
Processing
<
Archive
Cost
Spreading
of
PCCommunica(on
InfrastructureInternet
  • 26. New
Technology:
next
the
Mainframe>
Processing
<
Archive
Cost
Spreading
of
PCCommunica(on
InfrastructureInternet
  • 27. Changing
of
the
Communica(on
FormsWidespread
Access
to
InformationDevelopment
of
the
Hypermedia
Interac(on
and
Informa(on
StructureMul(modal
Graphic
Interface
Informa(on
Sharing:
Web
2.0

  • 28. Changing
of
the
Communica(on
FormsWidespread
Access
to
InformationDevelopment
of
the
Hypermedia
Interac(on
and
Informa(on
StructureMul(modal
Graphic
Interface
Informa(on
Sharing:
Web
2.0

  • 29. Changing
of
the
Communica(on
FormsWidespread
Access
to
InformationDevelopment
of
the
Hypermedia
Interac(on
and
Informa(on
StructureMul(modal
Graphic
Interface
Informa(on
Sharing:
Web
2.0

  • 30. Changing
of
the
Communica(on
FormsWidespread
Access
to
InformationDevelopment
of
the
Hypermedia
Interac(on
and
Informa(on
StructureMul(modal
Graphic
Interface
Informa(on
Sharing:
Web
2.0

  • 31. Changing
of
the
Communica(on
FormsWidespread
Access
to
InformationDevelopment
of
the
Hypermedia
Interac(on
and
Informa(on
StructureMul(modal
Graphic
Interface
Informa(on
Sharing:
Web
2.0

  • 32. New Informa(on
 Social
 Dimension
of
Technology Design Knowledge
  • 33. Visualiza(onInterface
Design INFORMATIONInterac(on
Design DESIGNInforma(on
ArchitectureFunc(onal
Specifica(onUser
Need
Survey
  • 34. Informa(on
DesignShort
introduc(on:concepts
and
prac(ces New
Technologies How
the
entrance
of
NT
has
changed
 the
information
visualization:
 the
relevance
of
Information
Design Social
Dimension
of
 Knowledge web‐GIS
systems
and
their
relevance
in
 making
decisions:
 Web
2.0
and
Geography
on
Internet
  • 35. !"#$%&$()$*$+",$,*-$./$0)"$.1"$2/."+3*4(.-$5(6"+$#-$.1"$7".$ Philosophy Technology
  • 36. Social Networking, ovvero la conoscenza collettiva Il social networking consente la creazione di “architetture di partecipazione” che fanno uso del “network” e dei suoi effetti e algoritmi permettendo lo sviluppo di dati e applicazioni in “modalità collaborativa e non supervisionata”
  • 37. mashup
  • 38. mashup
  • 39. Si è determinata una nuova condizione concettuale, metodologica e operativa determinata dall’integrazione tra la coordinata geografica globale WGS 84 World Geodetic System definisce il sistema geodetico mondiale riferito al 1984. e la coordinata informativa URLUniform Resource Locator è una sequenza di caratteriche identifica univocamente lindirizzo di una risorsa in Internet
  • 40. Schenario• Paradigm
of
Image• Sensors
Pervasiveness:


for
the
Descrip(on
of
Performance
of
the
Remarkable





Territorial
Components
like
people,
cars,
etc.
• Territorial/Ambiental
Phenomeno
in
Real
Time


  • 41. WIKI
CITY
ROMEMIT
‐
MassachuseXs
Is(tute
of
technology,
Boston Sw esame
  • 42. CitySense onto SensorMap Interface
  • 43. l’influenza
che
il
modo
di
visualizzare
l’informazione
ha
sulle
decisioni;
la
visualizzazione
oPmale
dei
da3;
la
costruzione
di
strategie
e
linee‐guida
per
la
comunicazione
esperto‐non
esperto
  • 44. IRIS
  • 45. HOME PAGE eyeonearth
  • 46. eyeonearth
  • 47. thank
you!

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