FW: visuosT - announcement of book & accompanying website on strategies and concepts for knowledge work
6 Apr 2005 - 9:56am
Didn't see this come through here, but think it's quite appropriate for review.
The animated demo Lango offers gives nice visual insight into his ideas.
> > ____________________________________________________________ > ¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯¯ > dear community, > today i want to announce a book for developers & > designers of interactive systems, user interfaces, > hypermedia systems, system architects, and people dealing > with knowledge work systems: > > visuos(tm) - book & accompanying website by clemens lango >http://visuos.com > > > ___the book_________________________________________________ > > "today's knowledge workers have access to practically > endless amounts of information resources. > however, this information alone is of no use if it > cannot be reasonably retrieved and organized." > > visuos(tm) offers strategies and concepts for the next > generation of knowledge work and hypermedia systems. > the aspects of knowledge work and interaction with > knowledge spaces are analyzed. existing approaches are > investigated and assessed. > > the introduced strategies are applied to an innovative, > full featured operating software. modules for visual > queries, knowledge management, process management, and > link management are presented and documented in detail. > > > ___the book's website_______________________________________ > >http://visuos.com features: > - extracts of the book > - animated full-screen presentation of the concepts > - reviews and comments of readers > - exclusive content for book-owners > > > ___comments by readers______________________________________ > > prof. dr. terry winograd > stanford, california - dept. of computer science: > "Lango's work certainly shows a great deal of > background understanding and creative design [...]. > There are a number of nice design touches throughout > the interface, [...] which is far more aesthetically > pleasing than the conventional GUI window system." > > prof. bernhard e. bürdek > hfg - offenbach am main > "Since Vannevar Bush's legendary article "As We May > Think" (1945) the design of databases is considered as > a signifying issue of the 20th century, but now proving > its actual payload. [...] > The exceptional and groundbreaking work on > Information Visualization of the American author Edward > E. Tufte absolutely requires continuative and > substantiating appliance therefore the work of > Clemens Lango absolutely is a significant building > block." > > > ___about the author clemens lango___________________________ > > dr. clemens lango is one of the few german interaction > experts with longterm professional background, research > experience and education combining interaction design, > product design, cognitive psychology, and visual design. > > his visionary software and product concepts are acclaimed > to be many years ahead and were awarded many times. > > for more details, articles, and references please see his > personal site: >http://interactiondesign.de > > > > ------------ > When replying, please *trim your post* as much as possible. > *Plain text, please; NO Attachments > > ________________________________________ > Sigia-l mailing list -- post to: Sigia-l at asis.org > Changes to subscription: http://mail.asis.org/mailman/listinfo/sigia-l >