Sunday, April 16, 2006
Garr Reynolds points to examples of visual noise in Japan. I read with interest as a former gaijin (foreigner) consumer in this land of migraine-inducing product display and store design. Garr got me thinking about visual noise and it's translation into other forms of communication. We all experience it. We all have different levels of tolerance for visual noise. And we have different needs when it comes to noise effectively attracting our attention.