Our article “Augmenting Communication with Visualization: Effects on Emotional and Cognitive Response” has been published on the IADIS International Journal on WWW/Internet, Vol. 9 (2), pages 109-121, and it is now available online. In this work, co-authored with Margaret Tan and Martin Eppler, we argue that mapping information visually with diagrams and visual metaphors hasContinue reading “Visualizing information increases positive emotions”
I just arrived at the IADIS Multi Conference on Computer Science and Information Systems 2011, taking place in Rome. Tomorrow morning I’ll be presenting my paper “Augmenting Communication with Visualization: Effects on Emotional and Cognitive Response” at 11:00. If you’re interested, here’s the prezi presentation.
Recently I attended the International Exploratory Workshop “Social Robots and Emotion: transcending the boundary between humans and ICTs”, which took place at Franklin College Switzerland. It was very stimulating and motivating, and I very much enjoyed the friendly atmosphere and intellectual talks. Special thanks to Satomi for the organization and to professor Katz for theContinue reading “Integrated (Presentation) Communication”
The Logic+ Emotion blog by David Armano is a valuable source of knowledge visualizations applied to the field of digital marketing. This popular and peculiar mix of social media and graphics emerges by the background of the author, vice president of the interactive arm of a global communication agency, who studied graphics and visual communication.Continue reading “Logic + Emotion visual blog”