1. E-papers

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E-papers are CRI’s main means of publishing our research findings, case histories, and model projects.

When we began in 1985, paper was the only means we had of sharing

With digital publishing a fact of daily life we can now share more easily and in a more timely way our many published contributions to communication and information design.

We still offer ‘hard copies’ of some publications. If you want hard copies, contact us.

Better Consumer Medicine Information

Consumer Medicine Information (CMI) in Australia is designed to provide accurate, up-to-date information to consumers about prescription medicines and pharmacy-only medicines. Individual CMI leaflets (CMIs) should provide all the information users might need about a specific medicine product. CMI is provided in the wider context of health information as a communication and counselling link between healthcare providers and medicine consumers. That, at least, is what should happen…

On clarity

One of the ways in which people describe the quality of communication is to talk about its clarity.

Eye candy and style matter

I think that style and what is called ‘eye candy’ are important in design. I also think that the champions of so-called practical and functional design, to the exclusion of eye candy or style, are either being disingenuous or they are simply wrong. Their advice is not to be followed.

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