Pervasive Information Architecture: Designing Cross-Channel User Experiences
I knew the Internet before it got famous. There were places but no paths, no
maps, no search engines. Entry required a key in the form of an IP address
and an incantation in the language of UNIX. It was a small world that felt big
because it was so easy to get lost in the shadowy realm of texts and data, completely
devoid of color....
Rethinking Urban Parks: Public Space and Cultural Diversity William H. Whyte set out to discover why some New York City public spaces were successes, fi lled with people and activities, while others were empty, cold, and unused. After seven years of fi lming small parks and plazas in the city, he found that only a few plazas in New York City were attracting daily users and saw this decline as a threat to... Introduction to Residential Layout Accessible guide to theory and practice of residential design.
Introduction to Residential Layout is ideal for students and practitioners of urban design, planning, engineering, architecture and landscape seeking a comprehensive guide to the theory and practice of designing and laying out residential areas.
Scientific criminology has its roots in crime mapping. The first great systematic
studies of crime were cartographic exercises made possible by recordkeeping
systems created to track criminal convictions in France and England
during the early part of the 19th century. Compared with maps of demographic,
economic, and social... The Complete Guide to Edible Wild Plants, Mushrooms, Fruits, and Nuts: Finding, Identifying, and Cooking (Guide to Series)
Edible wild plants, mushrooms, fruits, and nuts grow along roadsides, amid country fields, and in urban parks. All manner of leafy greens, mushrooms, and herbs that command hefty prices at the market are bountiful outdoors and free for the taking. But to enjoy them,...
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