2CO Communicating complexity: 2013 Conference Proceedings

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Nicol˛ Ceccarelli
Edizioni Nuova Cultura, Oct 19, 2013 - Design - 326 pages
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2CO COmmunicating COmplexity is the international design conference aiming at exploring languages, approaches and technologies to respond to the emerging need for making complex information accessible throught design.

2CO’s first edition (25-26 October 2013, Alghero, Italy) has gathered an international community of professionals and scholars active in this area to share experiences, points of views and methodologies, focusing on three main areas of interest: informative-animation, interactive data visualization, info-graphics.

This volume collects their contributions in the three conference categories: full papers, posters and ‘junior track’ special session.

Generated by a consortium of European Universities that in 2011 started collaborating on the InformAnimation project, and by fellow Universities active in visual design teaching and research, COmmunicating COmplexity aims at becoming an international reference point for research and education in the area of communicating complexity through new media. 

 

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Contents

InfoGraphics
10
Stefano Asili and Giorgio Peghin
19
Attilio Baghino
33
Attassa Cabrera Antonio De Dios and Raquel Rodilla
42
Jen Christiansen
51
Valter Luca de Bartolomeis
61
Costanzo
76
Marta Fernandes Bruno Giesteira and Alexandra Ai Quintas
87
Salvo Paolo Marco Tamborrini
160
Azzurra Pini and Paolo Ciuccarelli
171
Daniele Savasta
183
Dimitris Spiliotopoulos Ruben Bouwmeester
195
Pietro Costa and Michele Zannoni
205
Informative Animation
213
Jordi Cano Cunill Corrado Podda and Erica Floris
223
Francesca Piredda Mariana Ciancia and Elisa Bertolotti
234

Emma E Ashman and Chris Jackson
99
Carlos JimÚnez
107
Dario Martini Isabella Loddo and Michele Coscia
119
Valerio Pellegrini Giorgio Caviglia and Paolo Ciuccarelli
127
Eleni Tsampra
139
Sheila Pontis and Michael Babwahsingh
245
Eleni Mouri
262
Paolo Tamborrini Andrea Gaiardo Luca Bardone
279
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