Communicating Building For Safety
Guidelines for communicating technical information to local builders and householders
Presents the principles of communicating the information needed for building improvement. Covers the uses of different media to convey information and describes the use of graphic design for education.
|Who is this book for? 3|
|What is this book for? 3|
|1. Communication in planning 5|
|Community participation, 5|
|Information gathering in the field, 7|
|How people change, 11|
|2. Educational materials 14|
|Choice of media, 14|
|Demonstration buildings, 19|
|Local relevance, 20|
|How many messages? 21|
|Preproduction testing, 21|
|Educational context, 27|
|Impact assessment, 28|
|3. Illustrating building for safety 32|
|Picture styles, 33|
|Symbols and conventions, 43|
|Connections and sequence, 59|
|Cultural associations, 64|
|Use of text and language, 73|
|Further reading 80|
|Picture credits so|
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