More on Naive Geography

More about the concept of “naive geography” — the idea that how ordinary people perceive geography has implications for the design and use of GIS applications. Alan Glennon has, for a GIS class, written two short essays looking at the reasons for and against using naive geography in geospatial software design. An interesting exercise that sheds some light on the concept and its (potential) practical application.

See previous entry: Two Concepts.