[Air-L] Alternative to Kress & Leeuwen
pachterm at uw.edu
Thu Sep 22 12:06:59 PDT 2011
These might be less than you want, but I like:
Don't make me think: Krug
Content Strategy for the Web - Halvorson
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> From: Daniel Jung <jung at uib.no>
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> Subject: [Air-L] Readings in semiotics/multimodality: Alternatives to
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> This is the second time I use Gunther Kress and Theo van Leeuwen's
> "Multimodal Discourse"
> in my web design and web aesthetics class (introductory level). The
> students (non-natives, but quite capable users of English) keep
> complaining about convoluted language and dense ways of explaining.
> Are there alternatives to this book which cover about the same topics,
> and have the same depth, but are easier accessible? Or are there any
> additional texts which help understanding once Kress is mandatory reading?
> - Daniel
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