Editor: Patrick Wallis Burke Publisher: International Council of Graphic Design Associations Publication: 1971, First Edition Binding: Softcover, saddle-stitch Pages: 24 Size: 210 x 297 Text: English
Issue 2 of Icographic, a magazine on visual communication founded by John Halas in 1971 and designed and edited by Patrick Wallis Burke. The journal addressed the broader areas of visual communication such as semiotics, communication theory, ergonomics of visual communication and the psychology of perception.
Contents include; Television as universal educator, Defining the goals of education, Laser holography as a new medium for visual communication, Visual study in teaching animation, Research into variability of sign, perception in horizontal motion, Audio-visual hardware, The book in an audio-visual world, Visual communication and education, and Some views on the Viscom 71 congress and exhibition on the learning industry.
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