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Volume 1, Number 1, September, 2012
Volume 1, Number 2, January, 2013
Volume 1, Number 3, April, 2013
Volume 1, Number 4, August, 2013
Volume 2, Number 1, November, 2013
Volume 2, Number 2, February, 2014
Volume 2, Number 3, May, 2014
Volume 2, Number 4, August, 2014
Volume 3, Number 1, November, 2014
Volume 3, Number 2, February, 2015
Volume 3, Number 3, May, 2015
Volume 3, Number 4, August, 2015
Volume 4, Number 1, November, 2015
Volume 4, Number 2, March, 2016
Volume 4, Number 2b, June, 2016
Volume 4, Number 3, September, 2016
Volume 4, Number 4, December, 2016
Volume 5, Number 1, April, 2017
Volume 5, Number 2, July, 2017
Volume 5, Number 3, November, 2017
Volume 5, Number 4, December, 2017
Volume 6, Number 1, March, 2018


Communication Design Quarterly Review
Volume 1, Number 1, September, 2012

                 Liza Potts and   
                 Michael Albers   Defining the design of communication . . 3--7
                  Clay Spinuzzi   What is communication design?  . . . . . 8--11
                   Jason Swarts   Communication design . . . . . . . . . . 12--15
      William Hart-Davidson and   
                   Jeff Grabill   The value of computing, ambient data,
                                  ubiquitous connectivity for changing the
                                  work of communication designers  . . . . 16--22
               George F. Hayhoe   Telling the future of information design 23--26
                   Brian McNely   Big data, situated people: humane
                                  approaches to communication design . . . 27--30
                  Robert Pierce   Design of communication  . . . . . . . . 31--36
               Michael J. Salvo   Visual rhetoric and big data: design of
                                  future communication . . . . . . . . . . 37--40

Communication Design Quarterly Review
Volume 1, Number 2, January, 2013

                 Liza Potts and   
                 Michael Albers   The next generation on design of
                                  communication  . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3--4
Jeffrey Tzu Kwan Valino Koh and   
                 Kening Zhu and   
         Kasun Karunanayaka and   
            Doros Polydorou and   
     Roshan Lalintha Peiris and   
                 Ryohei Nakatsu   Characterizing the analog-like and
                                  digital-like attributes of interactive
                                  systems  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8--36
                   Tom Lindsley   Prefab interface development and the
                                  problem of ease  . . . . . . . . . . . . 37--49
                Angela Harrison   I see you're talking #HPV: communication
                                  patterns in the #HPV stream on Twitter   50--51

Communication Design Quarterly Review
Volume 1, Number 3, April, 2013

                     Liza Potts   SIGDOC at ATTW: editorial  . . . . . . . 3--4
                     Rob Pierce   Notes from the chair . . . . . . . . . . 5--8
              Michael J. Albers   Introduction: Proceedings of Symposium
                                  on Communicating Complex Information . . 9--11
           David E. Hailey, Jr.   ReaderCentric writing for the prosumer
                                  marketplace: proposing a new,
                                  content-based information architecture
                                  model  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12--17
                  Gregory Zobel   Engaging complexity in usability through
                                  assemblage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18--22
                  Stuart Blythe   Dynamic system models and the
                                  construction of complexity . . . . . . . 23--27
               Jenny Shirey and   
                 Ann Charng and   
                   Quynh Nguyen   Researching and communicating the
                                  complexity of IT image management  . . . 28--33
                  Lisa Meloncon   Visual communication in environmental
                                  health: methodological questions and
                                  compromises  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34--37
           Stefania Passera and   
                  Helena Haapio   Transforming contracts from legal rules
                                  to user-centered communication tools: a
                                  human-information interaction challenge  38--45
                 Donna Kain and   
                  Michelle Covi   Visualizing complexity and uncertainty
                                  about climate change and sea level rise  46--53
            Kevin H. Richardson   It's not about usability . . . . . . . . 54--56
              Michael J. Albers   Cargo cults in information design  . . . 57--61

Communication Design Quarterly Review
Volume 1, Number 4, August, 2013

              Michael J. Albers   Design of communication open research
                                  questions: editorial . . . . . . . . . . 3--5
                     Liza Potts   Notes from the chair . . . . . . . . . . 6--10
                   Lora Arduser   Produsers and end users: how social
                                  media impacts our students' future
                                  research questions . . . . . . . . . . . 11--14
           Bernadette Longo and   
              Nancy Coppola and   
             Norbert Elliot and   
            Andrew Klobucar and   
                  Carol Johnson   A program of research for technical
                                  communication: adaptive learning . . . . 15--17
       Ehren Helmut Pflugfelder   Big data, big questions  . . . . . . . . 18--21
                     Dave Jones   From research to design: building
                                  knowledge so that we can build
                                  experiences  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22--25
                 James Kalmbach   The invisible web and the need for new
                                  research methodologies . . . . . . . . . 26--28
              Marjorie T. Davis   Identifying core principles and
                                  expectations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29--30
             Rebecca Walton and   
               Natasha N. Jones   Navigating increasingly cross-cultural,
                                  cross-disciplinary, and
                                  cross-organizational contexts to support
                                  social justice . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31--35
           Candice A. Welhausen   Chickens, MRIs, and graphics: creating
                                  visual information in scientific fields  36--39
                     Scott Abel   Writing for machine translation  . . . . 40--41
           Rebekka Andersen and   
              Sid Benavente and   
                 Dave Clark and   
      William Hart-Davidson and   
               Carolyn Rude and   
                   JoAnn Hackos   Open research questions for academics
                                  and industry professionals: results of a
                                  survey . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42--49
                Sushil K. Oswal   Exploring accessibility as a potential
                                  area of research for technical
                                  communication: a modest proposal . . . . 50--60
                    Beth Keller   Tracing digital thyroid culture: poster  61--61


Communication Design Quarterly Review
Volume 2, Number 1, November, 2013

                        Editors   Icon design to improve communication of
                                  health information to older adults . . . 6--32
                 Guiseppe Getto   Networked knowledges: student
                                  collaborative digital composing as
                                  communicative action . . . . . . . . . . 33--58
               Manuela Aparicio   Technical writers @ Lisbon . . . . . . . 59--60
                    Jack Hennes   Book Review: \booktitleRhetorical
                                  Accessability: At the Intersection of
                                  Technical Communication and Disability
                                  Studies, edited by Lisa Meloncon,
                                  Amityville, New York: Baywood, 2013. 247
                                  pp.  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 61--66
                Nathan Franklin   Book Review: \booktitleThe UX book:
                                  Process and guidelines for ensuring a
                                  quality user experience by Rex Hartson
                                  and Pardha A. Pyla, San Diego: Morgan
                                  Kaufmann. 2012 . . . . . . . . . . . . . 67--72

Communication Design Quarterly Review
Volume 2, Number 2, February, 2014

                   Jason Swarts   The mobile situation . . . . . . . . . . 7--9
               Rebekka Andersen   Toward a more integrated view of
                                  technical communication  . . . . . . . . 10--16
                   Claire Lauer   Technology and communication design:
                                  crossroads and compromises . . . . . . . 17--20
                  Tao Zhang and   
            Ilana R. Barnes and   
                 Marlen Promann   Building better help: user
                                  characteristics' effect on library help
                                  design . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21--27
               Justin Young and   
                 Charlie Potter   Remediation in data visualization: two
                                  examples of learning in real-time data
                                  processing environments  . . . . . . . . 29--37
                    Beth Keller   Book Review: \booktitleSocial media in
                                  disaster response: how experience
                                  architects can build for participation
                                  by L. Potts, (2013). New York, NY:
                                  Routledge  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39--42
             Sheryl Ruszkiewicz   Book Review: \booktitleGlobal UX: design
                                  and research in a connected world by W.
                                  Quesenbery and D. Szuc; Waltham, MA:
                                  Morgan Kaufmann and \booktitleA web for
                                  everyone: designing accessible user
                                  experiences by S. Horton and W.
                                  Quesenbery; Brooklyn, NY: Rosenfeld
                                  media  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43--47

Communication Design Quarterly Review
Volume 2, Number 3, May, 2014

                  Michael Salvo   What's in a name?: experience
                                  architecture rearticulates the
                                  humanities . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6--9
                  Tharon Howard   Journey mapping: a brief overview  . . . 10--13
                Sushil K. Oswal   Participatory design: barriers and
                                  possibilities  . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14--19
              Marybeth Shea and   
               Cameron Mozafari   Communicating complexity in
                                  transdisciplinary science teams for
                                  policy: applied stasis theory for
                                  organizing and assembling collaboration  20--24
                      Quan Zhou   ``That usability course'': what
                                  technical communication programs get
                                  wrong about usability and how to fix it  25--27
         Zhenyu Cheryl Qian and   
        Yingjie Victor Chen and   
            Yinghuan Patty Peng   A comparative approach to enhance
                                  information interaction design of visual
                                  analytics systems  . . . . . . . . . . . 28--33
            Clinton Carlson and   
              Whitney Peake and   
                    Jeff Joiner   Letting context speak: the use of
                                  co-creative, design-led, and
                                  user-centered design methods in the
                                  design of complex public communications  34--39
               Jack T. Labriola   Review of \booktitleCross-cultural
                                  technology design: creating
                                  culture-sensitive technology for local
                                  users by Sun, H. (2012), New York, NY:
                                  Oxford University Press, Inc.  . . . . . 40--42
                 Kirk St. Amant   Review of \booktitleCross-cultural
                                  design for IT products and services by
                                  Pei-Luen Patrick Rau, Tom Plocher, &
                                  Yee-Yin Choong. (2013), CRC Press  . . . 43--45

Communication Design Quarterly Review
Volume 2, Number 4, August, 2014

               Rebekka Andersen   The emergence of content strategy work
                                  and recommended resources  . . . . . . . 6--13
                Brian J. McNely   Knowledge work, knowledge play: a
                                  heuristic approach to communication
                                  design for hybrid spaces . . . . . . . . 14--51
                  Marie Moeller   Pushing boundaries of normalcy:
                                  employing critical disability studies in
                                  analyzing medical advocacy websites  . . 52--80
                   Chris Bethel   Review of ``Topsight: a guide to
                                  studying, diagnosing, and fixing
                                  information flow in organizations'' by
                                  Clay Spinuzzi, Amazon CreateSpace 2013,
                                  978-1-4819-6006-9. . . . . . . . . . . . 81--83
                    Beth Keller   Review of ``PowerPoint, Communication,
                                  and the Knowledge Society'' by Hubert
                                  Knoblauch, Cambridge University Press
                                  2013 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 84--86
                   Kristi Wiley   Review of ``The user experience team of
                                  one: a research and design survival
                                  guide'' by L. Buley Rosenfeld, Media
                                  2013 978-1-933820-18-7 . . . . . . . . . 87--89


Communication Design Quarterly Review
Volume 3, Number 1, November, 2014

           Manuela Aparicio and   
                Carlos J. Costa   Data visualization . . . . . . . . . . . 7--11
              Alice R. Daer and   
         Rebecca F. Hoffman and   
                   Seth Goodman   Rhetorical functions of hashtag forms
                                  across social media applications . . . . 12--16
               Allegra W. Smith   Porn architecture: user tagging and
                                  filtering in two online pornography
                                  communities  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17--23
             Guiseppe Getto and   
                 Kirk St. Amant   Designing globally, working locally:
                                  using personas to develop online
                                  communication products for international
                                  users  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24--46
                   Chris Bethel   Book review: ``The Digital Rights
                                  Movement: The Role of Technology in
                                  Subverting Digital Copyright'' by Hector
                                  Postigo. The MIT Press, 2012. ISBN
                                  978-0-262-01795-4  . . . . . . . . . . . 47--48
                   Chris Bethel   Book review: ``Responding to Technology
                                  --- Resistance through Technology''
                                  (12--13), and ``User Agency and
                                  Technology'' (13--14)  . . . . . . . . . 49--49
               Janine M. Butler   Book review: ``Morse, T.A. (2014). Signs
                                  and wonders: Religious rhetoric and the
                                  preservation of sign language''.
                                  Washington, DC: Gallaudet University
                                  Press  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50--53

Communication Design Quarterly Review
Volume 3, Number 2, February, 2015

                   JoAnn Hackos   Changing times: changing skills  . . . . 7--12
                   David Hailey   To what extent should we re-examine our
                                  teaching?  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13--19
               Tharon W. Howard   Are personas really usable?  . . . . . . 20--26
              Jan H. Spyridakis   Identifying new topics in TC curricula:
                                  preparing students for success in a
                                  changing world . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27--37
                 Kirk St. Amant   Culture and the contextualization of
                                  care: a prototype-based approach to
                                  developing health and medical visuals
                                  for international audiences  . . . . . . 38--47
                   Brian McNely   Taking things seriously with visual
                                  research . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48--54
                  Rudy McDaniel   Understanding microinteractions as
                                  applied research opportunities for
                                  information designers  . . . . . . . . . 55--62
                Sushil K. Oswal   A conversation on usability and
                                  accessibility with Janice (Ginny) Redish 63--92
               Daniel L. Hocutt   Review of \booktitleImplementing
                                  Responsive Design: Building Sites for an
                                  Anywhere, Everywhere Web by Tim Kadlec,
                                  New Riders, 2013. ISBN 978-0-321-82168-3 93--96
                 Donovan Warren   Review of \booktitleMining the Social
                                  Web by Matthew A. Russell, Second
                                  edition. O'Reilly, 2013. ISBN
                                  978-1-4493-6761-9  . . . . . . . . . . . 97--99
                  Matthew Beale   Review of \booktitlePlayful Design:
                                  Creating Game Experiences in Everyday
                                  Interfaces. John Ferrara, Brooklyn, NY:
                                  Rosenfeld Media. 2012. ISBN:
                                  978-1-933820-14-9  . . . . . . . . . . . 100--103

Communication Design Quarterly Review
Volume 3, Number 3, May, 2015

                 Kirk St. Amant   Aspects of access: considerations for
                                  creating health and medical content for
                                  international audiences  . . . . . . . . 7--11
             Rebecca Walton and   
                   David Hailey   Evaluating the relevance of eBooks to
                                  corporate communication  . . . . . . . . 12--19
                Daniel Richards   Testing the waters: local users, sea
                                  level rise, and the productive usability
                                  of interactive geovisualizations . . . . 20--24
            Amirsam Khataei and   
                       Ali Arya   Personalized presentation builder for
                                  persuasive communication . . . . . . . . 25--32
              Clinton R. Lanier   Problem solving in user networks:
                                  complex communication issues and
                                  item-to-item collaborative filtering . . 33--39
         Zhenyu Cheryl Qian and   
            Yingjie Victor Chen   Communication and exchange between
                                  information visualization and industrial
                                  design . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40--48
               Kristi Wiley and   
                 Guiseppe Getto   A UX workflow for building awesome
                                  application  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49--52
                      Quan Zhou   Strategy first, execution second:
                                  teaching design strategy in technical
                                  communication  . . . . . . . . . . . . . 53--55
          Joseph Fanfarelli and   
              Stephanie Vie and   
                  Rudy McDaniel   Understanding digital badges through
                                  feedback, reward, and narrative: a
                                  multidisciplinary approach to building
                                  better badges in social environments . . 56--60

Communication Design Quarterly Review
Volume 3, Number 4, August, 2015

              Lisa Meloncon and   
                  Erin A. Frost   Special issue introduction: Charting an
                                  emerging field: the rhetorics of health
                                  and medicine and its importance in
                                  communication design . . . . . . . . . . 7--14
         Kathleen Connellan and   
            Damien W. Riggs and   
                   Clemence Due   Light lies: how glass speaks . . . . . . 15--24
          Allison J. Lazard and   
             Michael S. Mackert   e-health first impressions and visual
                                  evaluations: key design principles for
                                  attention and appeal . . . . . . . . . . 25--34
            Scott A. Mogull and   
              Deborah Balzhiser   Pharmaceutical companies are writing the
                                  script for health consumerism  . . . . . 35--49
                 Debra Burleson   The hospitalist model: are hospitals
                                  informing patients?  . . . . . . . . . . 50--60
                  Maria Novotny   reVITALize gynecology: reimagining
                                  apparent feminism's methodology in
                                  participatory health intervention
                                  projects . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 61--74
           Rebecca A. Kuehl and   
                  Jenn Anderson   Designing public communication about
                                  doulas: analyzing presence and absence
                                  in promoting a volunteer doula program   75--84
         Theodore A. Avtgis and   
               David Kappel and   
         E. Phillips Polack and   
              Alison Wilson and   
                Jennifer Knight   Assessing the accuracy of trauma patient
                                  prioritization: communication design of
                                  the M.I.S.E.R information system
                                  protocol and communication channel
                                  during crisis communication exchanges    85--90
                  Molly Kessler   Review of ``\booktitleRhetoric in the
                                  Flesh: Trained Vision, Technical
                                  Expertise, and the Gross Anatomy Lab. by
                                  T. Kenny Fountain'' New York, NY:
                                  Routledge, 2014  . . . . . . . . . . . . 91--96


Communication Design Quarterly Review
Volume 4, Number 1, November, 2015

                 Kirk St. Amant   Introduction to the special issue:
                                  Cultural considerations for
                                  communication design: integrating ideas
                                  of culture, communication, and context
                                  into user experience design  . . . . . . 6--22
                Xiaobo Wang and   
                     Baotong Gu   The communication design of WeChat:
                                  ideological as well as technical aspects
                                  of social media  . . . . . . . . . . . . 23--35
              Uttaran Dutta and   
                    Swayang Das   The digital divide at the margins:
                                  co-designing information solutions to
                                  address the needs of indigenous
                                  populations of rural India . . . . . . . 36--48
              Rudy McDaniel and   
                   Lanlan Kuang   Cross-cultural cinematic communication:
                                  learning from the information design
                                  process for a Sino--American film
                                  competition  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49--60
         Hilary Sarat-St. Peter   Designing with HDR data: what the human
                                  development report can tell us about
                                  international users  . . . . . . . . . . 60--72
                 Guiseppe Getto   Review of ``\booktitleWorld 3.0: Global
                                  prosperity and how to achieve it by P.
                                  Ghemawat'', Harvard Business Review
                                  Press 2011 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 73--76
                Benjamin Lauren   Review of ``\booktitleRhetorical memory:
                                  a study of technical communication and
                                  information management by S.
                                  Whittemore'', University of Chicago
                                  Press 2015 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 77--80

Communication Design Quarterly Review
Volume 4, Number 2, March, 2016

                  Kirk St.Amant   Online networks, social media, and
                                  communication design . . . . . . . . . . 10--11
                   Jordan Frith   Forum design and the changing landscape
                                  of crowd-sourced help information  . . . 12--22
         Emily January Petersen   Empathetic user design: understanding
                                  and living the reality of an audience    23--36
                  Chris Lam and   
                 Mark A. Hannah   The social help desk: examining how
                                  Twitter is used as a technical support
                                  tool . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37--51
           Michael J. Faris and   
               Kristen R. Moore   Emerging scholars and social media use:
                                  a pilot study of risk  . . . . . . . . . 52--63
               Sarah K. Gunning   Review of ``\booktitleAll edge: Inside
                                  the new workplace networks'', by
                                  Spinuzzi, C., University of Chicago
                                  Press: Chicago (2015)  . . . . . . . . . 64--68
                 Stacey L. Pigg   Review of ``\booktitleIntertwingled:
                                  Information changes everything'', by
                                  Morville, P., Semantic Studios, Ann
                                  Arbor, MI (2014) . . . . . . . . . . . . 69--72

Communication Design Quarterly Review
Volume 4, Number 2b, June, 2016

                  Kirk St.Amant   Aspects of awareness: considerations for
                                  social media use in the modern context   8--10
                      Sara West   Yik Yak and the knowledge community  . . 11--21
              Katrina L. Hinson   Framing illness through Facebook enabled
                                  online support groups  . . . . . . . . . 22--31
          Sarah-Beth Hopton and   
              R. Mitchell Parry   Saving the sea, socially: measuring the
                                  relationship between content and gesture
                                  on Facebook  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32--43
                     Dave Jones   Review of ``\booktitleMapping
                                  Experiences: A Guide to Creating Value
                                  through Journeys, Blueprints, and
                                  Diagrams, by Kalbach, J.,'' Sebastopol,
                                  CA: O'Reilly Media (2016)  . . . . . . . 44--48
            Christopher Andrews   Review of ``\booktitleManaging Chaos:
                                  Digital Governance by Design'', by
                                  Welchman, L., New York: Rosenfeld Media
                                  (2015) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49--53

Communication Design Quarterly Review
Volume 4, Number 3, September, 2016

                  Kirk St.Amant   Re-considering the nature of value in
                                  communication design . . . . . . . . . . 4--8
          Lena-Maria Öberg   Examining the context of technical
                                  information use: special section
                                  introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9--11
          C. Söderlund and   
                      J. Lundin   What is an information source?:
                                  information design based on information
                                  source selection behavior  . . . . . . . 12--19
             Jonas Löwgren   Technical communication practices in the
                                  collaborative mediascape: a case study
                                  in media structure transformation  . . . 20--25
              Keshab R. Acharya   User value and usability in technical
                                  communication: a value-proposition
                                  design model . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26--34
                      Dawn Opel   Designing online resources for safety
                                  net healthcare providers: users' needs
                                  and the evidence-based medicine paradigm 35--45
                   Claire Lauer   Editorial re-considering research: why
                                  we need to adopt a mixed-methods
                                  approach to our work . . . . . . . . . . 46--50
              Sean Moxley-Kelly   Review of ``\booktitleThe Language of
                                  Technical Communication,'' by Gallon, R.
                                  (2016). Laguna Hills, CA: XML Press  . . 51--55
                   Adam Strantz   Review of ``\booktitleThe Mobile Story:
                                  Narrative Practices with Locative
                                  Technologies,'' by Farman, J. (Ed.).
                                  (2014). New York, NY: Routledge  . . . . 56--61

Communication Design Quarterly Review
Volume 4, Number 4, December, 2016

                  Kirk St.Amant   Of form, context, and use  . . . . . . . 4--6
             Katherine Hepworth   Big data visualization: promises &
                                  pitfalls . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7--19
                 Beth L. Hewett   Reading, writing, and digital
                                  composition: reintegrating constituent
                                  literacies in online settings  . . . . . 20--35
          Jennifer deWinter and   
           Carly A. Kocurek and   
                  Stephanie Vie   Managing community managers: social
                                  labor, feminized skills, and
                                  professionalization  . . . . . . . . . . 36--45
        Heidi Skurat Harris and   
                  Michael Greer   Over, under, or through: design
                                  strategies to supplement the LMS and
                                  enhance interaction in online writing
                                  courses  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46--54
             Amanda M. Licastro   The problem of multimodality: what
                                  data-driven research can tell us about
                                  online writing practices . . . . . . . . 55--73
       James Kiwanuka-Tondo and   
          Keon Mandell Pettiway   Localizing complex scientific
                                  communication: a SWOT analysis and
                                  multi-sectoral approach of communicating
                                  climate change . . . . . . . . . . . . . 74--85
               Daniel L. Hocutt   Review of ``\booktitleCommunicating
                                  Mobility and Technology: A Material
                                  Rhetoric for Persuasive
                                  Transportation,'' by Pflugfelder, E. H.
                                  (2017). New York: Routledge, 2017  . . . 86--92
             Ann Shivers-McNair   Review of ``\booktitleRisk Communication
                                  and Miscommunication: Case Studies in
                                  Science, Technology, Engineering,
                                  Government, and Community
                                  Organizations,'' by Boiarsky, C. (2016).
                                  Boulder, CO: University of Colorado
                                  Press  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 93--98


Communication Design Quarterly Review
Volume 5, Number 1, April, 2017

                  Kirk St.Amant   Of content, context, and conveyance:
                                  editorial  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4--7
                S. Scott Graham   Data and lore in technical communication
                                  research: guest editorial  . . . . . . . 8--25
               Lambert Zaad and   
                Dick Lenior and   
         Thea van der Geest and   
               Els van der Pool   Analyzing information in complex
                                  collaborative tasks  . . . . . . . . . . 26--42
                 Mingran Li and   
                 Ruimin Gao and   
                  Xinghe Hu and   
                   Yingjie Chen   Comparing InfoVis designs with different
                                  information architecture for
                                  communicating complex information  . . . 43--56
             Suzan Flanagan and   
                 Guiseppe Getto   Helping content: a three-part approach
                                  to content strategy with nonprofits  . . 57--70
        Abigail Selzer King and   
           Kristen R. Moore and   
       Ashley Hardage Edlin and   
                 Sophie Frankel   Drawing strategies for communication
                                  planning: a rationale and exemplar of
                                  the geometric page form (GPF) approach   71--79
           Tiffany Bourelle and   
         Angela Clark-Oates and   
                Andrew Bourelle   Designing online writing classes to
                                  promote multimodal literacies: five
                                  practices for course design  . . . . . . 80--88
                  Emma Rose and   
                 Josh Tenenberg   Making practice-level struggles visible:
                                  researching UX practice to inform
                                  pedagogy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 89--97
              Phillip J. Deaton   Reading sounds: closed-captioned media
                                  and popular culture: book review . . . . 98--101
                    Beth Keller   Women's voices in management:
                                  identifying innovative and responsible
                                  solutions: book review . . . . . . . . . 102--105

Communication Design Quarterly Review
Volume 5, Number 2, July, 2017

              Barbara Heifferon   New technologies, patient experience,
                                  theoretical approaches and heuristics in
                                  RHM: guest editorial . . . . . . . . . . 4--18
               Lisa K. Meloncon   Patient experience design: expanding
                                  usability methodologies for healthcare   19--28
        Elizabeth L. Angeli and   
           Christina D. Norwood   Responding to public health crises:
                                  bridging collective mindfulness and user
                                  experience to create communication
                                  interventions  . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29--39
                 John Jones and   
            Catherine Gouge and   
                 Mariah Crilley   Design principles for health wearables   40--50
           Candice A. Welhausen   At your own risk: user-contributed flu
                                  maps, participatory surveillance, and an
                                  emergent DIY risk assessment ethic . . . 51--61
                  Kirk St.Amant   The cultural context of care in
                                  international communication design: a
                                  heuristic for addressing usability in
                                  international health and medical
                                  communication  . . . . . . . . . . . . . 62--70

Communication Design Quarterly Review
Volume 5, Number 3, November, 2017

                  Kirk St.Amant   Editor's introduction: Reflecting on and
                                  re-thinking usability and user
                                  experience design  . . . . . . . . . . . 4--9
               Joy Robinson and   
             Candice Lanius and   
                     Ryan Weber   The past, present, and future of UX
                                  empirical research . . . . . . . . . . . 10--23
               J. D. Applen and   
              Sonia H. Stephens   Digital humanities, middleware, and user
                                  experience design for public health
                                  applications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24--34
            Bill Williamson and   
            Scott J. Kowalewski   Cultivating a rhetoric of advocacy for
                                  usability studies and user-centered
                                  design . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35--47
                    Andrew Mara   Framework negotiation and UX design  . . 48--54
            Gustav Verhulsdonck   Designing for global mobile: considering
                                  user experience mapping with
                                  infrastructure, global openness, local
                                  user contexts and local cultural beliefs
                                  of technology use  . . . . . . . . . . . 55--62
          Joseph Bartolotta and   
           Julianne Newmark and   
               Tiffany Bourelle   Engaging with online design:
                                  undergraduate user-participants and the
                                  practice-level struggles of usability
                                  learning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 63--72
              Samantha Cosgrove   Review of ``\booktitleFundamentals of
                                  User-Centered Design: A Practical
                                  Approach,'' by Still, B., & Crane, K.
                                  (2017). Boca Raton, FL: CRC Press  . . . 74--77
                Robert M. Rowan   Review of ``\booktitleExploratory
                                  Programming for the Arts and
                                  Humanities,'' by Montfort, N. (2016).
                                  Cambridge, MA: MIT Press . . . . . . . . 78--82

Communication Design Quarterly Review
Volume 5, Number 4, December, 2017

                 John Jones and   
             Catherine C. Gouge   Guest editors' introduction wearable
                                  technologies and communication design    4--14
          Timothy R. Amidon and   
      Elizabeth A. Williams and   
             Tiffany Lipsey and   
             Randy Callahan and   
               Gary Nuckols and   
                   Spencer Rice   Sensors and gizmos and data, oh my:
                                  informating firefighters' personal
                                  protective equipment . . . . . . . . . . 15--30
                   Lora Arduser   Impatient patients: a DIY usability
                                  approach in diabetes wearable
                                  technologies . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31--39
                 Krista Kennedy   Designing for human-machine
                                  collaboration: smart hearing aids as
                                  wearable technologies  . . . . . . . . . 40--51
           Kristen R. Moore and   
              Natasha Jones and   
          Bailey S. Cundiff and   
                    Leah Heilig   Contested sites of health risks: using
                                  wearable technologies to intervene in
                                  racial oppression  . . . . . . . . . . . 52--60
           Candice A. Welhausen   Quantifiable me: fitness and health
                                  trackers and the trope of holisticism    61--71


Communication Design Quarterly Review
Volume 6, Number 1, March, 2018

                Daniel Richards   Proceedings from and future plans for
                                  the Symposium for Communicating Complex
                                  Information (SCCI): Guest Editor's
                                  introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4--8
            Susan A. Youngblood   Site identity, artifact duplication, and
                                  disambiguation in Alabama Local
                                  Emergency Management Agencies (LEMAs)    9--15
                   Dawn S. Opel   What is ``Obamacare''?: health literacy,
                                  e-commerce, and the Affordable Care
                                  Act's online content . . . . . . . . . . 16--25
                    Lisa DeTora   Principles of technical communication
                                  and design can enrich writing practice
                                  in regulated contexts  . . . . . . . . . 26--34
                   Huiling Ding   Cross-cultural whistle-blowing in an
                                  emerging outbreak: revealing health
                                  risks through tactic communication and
                                  rhetorical hijacking . . . . . . . . . . 35--44
                  Kirk St.Amant   Reflexes, reactions, and usability:
                                  examining how prototypes of place can
                                  enhance UXD practices  . . . . . . . . . 45--53