The project Information Design Resource was developed in 2005 with support of the IDF-Instructional Development Fund, Provost Office, Northeastern University. The output was a prototype that can be viewed by clicking here. The link will open a new window and it requires Flash player.
The goal is to provide informed criteria to support the design process of structuring and representing information. The target audience is undergraduate students from various disciplines involved in the visualization of information.
Due to changes in Flash Player since it was coded in 2005, some of the features no longer behave as planned. An example, is the “zoom” button, which no longer understands the mask for constraining the images.