Designing Usable Texts

Designing Usable Texts

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Designing Usable Texts covers the analysis of textual communication processes in the real world of publishing systems and work sites. The book presents topics on designing and understanding of written texts; authoring, editing, and the production process; and training authors of informative documents. The text also describes the policies and processes of editing; lessons in text design from an instructional design perspective; and graphics and design alternatives such as studying strategies and their implications for textbook design. The identification of information requirements such as understanding readers and their uses of texts, modeling users and their use of technical manuals, is also considered. Psychologists and people involved in communication design, document design, information mapping, and educational technology will find the book invaluable.These untested assumptions complicate the problem of generalizing from present evaluation results to the design of new manuals for use at the job site. A network of implicit and explicit assumptions have been made that represents a model ofanbsp;...


Title:Designing Usable Texts
Author: Thomas M. Duffy, Robert Waller
Publisher:Academic Press - 2014-06-28
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