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Graphic Design Play Book

Author : Sophie Cure
ISBN : 1786273969
Genre : Design
File Size : 87.23 MB
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An entertaining and highly original introduction to graphic design, this beautifully designed book uses puzzles and visual challenges to demonstrate how typography, signage, posters, and branding work. Through a series of games and activities, including spot the difference, matching games, drawing, and dot-to-dot, readers are introduced to concepts and techniques in an engaging and interactive way. Further explanation and information is provided by solution pages and a glossary, and a loose-leaf section contains stickers, die-cut templates, and colored paper to help readers complete the activities. Illustrated with typefaces, posters, and pictograms by distinguished designers including Otl Aicher, Pierre Di Sciullo, Otto Neurath and Gerd Arntz, the book will be enjoyed both by graphic designers, and anyone interested in finding out more about visual communication.
Category: Design

Graphic Design

Author : Ellen Lupton
ISBN : 1568987706
Genre : Architecture
File Size : 61.13 MB
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This guide aims to move students away from a cut-and-paste mentality and refocus design instruction on the fundamentals of form (starting from such basics as point and line) in a critical, rigorous way informed by contemporary media, theory and software systems.
Category: Architecture

Designing Corporate Identity

Author : Pat Matson Knapp
ISBN : 1564967972
Genre : Design
File Size : 23.30 MB
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How to land, work with & retain large clients from a designer's perspective. Hundreds of images illustrate successful effective branding campaigns.
Category: Design

The Elements Of Graphic Design

Author : Alex W. White
ISBN : 1581152507
Genre : Computers
File Size : 34.4 MB
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Approach page design in a revolutionary new way! Unlike other graphic design books, The Elements of Graphic Designreveals the secrets of successful graphic design from the unique perspective of the page's “white space.” With the help of carefully selected examples from art, design, and architecture, the book illuminates the role of each design element and how it can be rendered more effective by including white space in the page architecture. The book also demonstrates how white space can lend “sound” to typography or shift the “weight” of a page. Clear, insightful comments are presented in a dynamic page design, and interactive design elements, thought-provoking captions, and scores of illustrations challenge designers to “think out of the box.”.
Category: Computers

The Visual Dictionary Of Graphic Design

Author : Gavin Ambrose
ISBN : 9782940373437
Genre : Art
File Size : 46.33 MB
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The Visual Dictionary of Graphic Design by Gavin Ambrose and Paul Harris is a straight talking guide to the numerous terms used within the realms of art and design. Over 250 terms are explained and contextualised. It is suitable for those studying and those simply interested in art and design.
Category: Art

Production For Graphic Designers

Author : Alan Pipes
ISBN : 1856694585
Genre : Graphic arts
File Size : 45.67 MB
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Computer technology has completely revolutionized the work of graphic designers, printers, and print production professionals. To keep pace with these far-reaching changes, Production for Graphic Designers is set firmly in the digital age. This revised fourth edition embraces all the new and emerging technologies in graphics and print production, comprehensibly explaining the prepress and printing processes from traditional letterpress to the latest on-press CtP (computer-to-plate) digital offset and on-demand colour printing. It also covers new workflows and spells out the many acronyms encountered by today's designers. As well as covering print, it provides an authoritative guide to working in digital media, particularly the internet. There are also additional feature spreads on key graphic designers Bruce Mau, Paul Rand, Chris Ware and Pentagram.
Category: Graphic arts

Basics Graphic Design 03 Idea Generation

Author : Neil Leonard
ISBN : 9781350034082
Genre : Design
File Size : 33.96 MB
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Successful visual outcomes can only be arrived at through the generation of great ideas, driven by research that will ultimately provide the designer with a range of potential design solutions. Basics Graphic Design 03: Idea Generation explores the different ways in which the designer can generate ideas. Consideration is given to audience, context and materials as well as to the many levels of idea generation, from the macro to the micro, from brainstorming to more focused, selective and strategic systems.
Category: Design

Graphic Design

Author : Stephen J. Eskilson
ISBN : 0300120117
Genre : Design
File Size : 47.36 MB
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Grafisk designs historie i det 19. århundrede fra art nouveau og Bauhaus til postmodernisme og web design
Category: Design

Graphic Design School

Author : David Dabner
ISBN : 9781119343165
Genre : Architecture
File Size : 56.49 MB
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By providing practical advice on all aspects of graphic design—from understanding basics to developing original concepts to creating finished designs—Graphic Design School allows students to develop core competencies while understanding how these fundamentals translate into new and evolving media. With examples from web, app, social media, magazines, websites and book, the Sixth Edition provides an overview of the visual communications profession. A brand-new section on User Experience and User Interface Design, covers topics essential to layout while heavily updated chapters on Designing for the Web and Mobile Apps tackle the latest technology and problem solving tools needed to succeed. Topics covered include: color, typographic rules and typefaces, coding requirements, information architecture, file organization, web design and layout, mobile device composition, app design, CMS, designing for social media, and SEO. Includes full color illustrations throughout the book, as well as case studies, designer biographies, and student assignments for testing skills and concepts.
Category: Architecture

Green Graphic Design

Author : Brian Dougherty
ISBN : 9781581155112
Genre : Art
File Size : 26.86 MB
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A leader in the field of green graphic design explains how to incorporate a series of simple, eco-friendly changes in selecting paper, printing methods, binding, packaging, shipping, and budgeting that can provide increased profit, creativity, and meaning in any design project, in a volume that includes extensive listings of Web sites, paper suppliers, and other resources. Original.
Category: Art

Pioneers Of Modern Graphic Design

Author : Jeremy Aynsley
ISBN : 184000939X
Genre : Design
File Size : 32.57 MB
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New design experiment - Bauhaus - Art Deco - Studio Boggeri - Hendrik Werkman - Pop subversion and alternatives - Late modern and postmodernism - Design in the digital era.
Category: Design

The Language Of Graphic Design

Author : Richard Poulin
ISBN : 9781592538256
Genre : Design
File Size : 57.39 MB
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'The Language of Graphic Design' provides graphic design students and practitioners with an in-depth understanding of the fundamental elements and principles of their language, what they are, why they are important and how to use them effectively.
Category: Design

Playing With Type

Author : Lara McCormick
ISBN : 9781592538171
Genre : Design
File Size : 45.45 MB
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Playing with Type is a hands-on, playful approach to learning type application and principles. This engaging guide begins with an introduction to the philosophy of learning through the process of play. Along with a series of experimental design projects with an emphasis on type, the author provides designers with a “toolkit” of ideas and skills developed through the process of play. The awareness and sensitivity to type styles, forms, and type choices gained through these visual experiments will increase the designer’s confidence in their personal and professional work. This book can be used in the classroom or independently, and readers can go directly to exercises that appeal to them.
Category: Design

Graphic Design

Author : Stephen Eskilson
ISBN : UCSC:32106019398467
Genre : Art
File Size : 68.34 MB
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Graphic design.
Category: Art

Teaching Graphic Design History

Author : Steven Heller
ISBN : 9781621536857
Genre : Design
File Size : 59.2 MB
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An Examination of the Practice Through the Years Teaching the history of graphic design cannot simply be outlined by dates nor confined by places, but is defined by concepts and philosophies, as well as those who made, make, and inspire them. Teaching Graphic Design History is the first collection of essays, syllabi, and guides for conveying the heritage of this unique practice, from traditional chronologies to eclectic themes as developed by today’s historians, designers, scholars, and documentarians. Long overlooked within the broader history of printing and typesetting, when graphic design’s artifacts finally became the subject of serious study, the historian had to determine what was worthy and on what the history of graphic design should focus: the makers or the artifacts, the content or the context, or all of the above. With the author’s distinct viewpoint and many exclusive contributions, Teaching Graphic Design History chronicles the customs and conventions of various cultures and societies and how they are seen through signs, symbols, and the artifacts designed for use in the public—and sometimes private—sphere. Areas of focus include: Social and political effects of graphic design Philosophical perspectives on design Evolution of branding Development of the graphic design profession Predictions for the future of the practice An examination of the concerted efforts, happy accidents, and key influences of the practice throughout the years, Teaching Graphic Design History is an illuminating resource for students, practitioners, and future teachers of the subject.
Category: Design

The Fundamentals Of Graphic Design

Author : Gavin Ambrose
ISBN : 9782940373826
Genre : Design
File Size : 37.40 MB
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Offers an overview of a challenging and dynamic profession, covering a range of disciplines and media whilst exploring the role of modern graphic design. This book examines the familiar aspects of the graphic design process, such as art directing, copyright issues and web design, as well as the broader implications of graphic design.
Category: Design

Graphic Design Referenced

Author : Bryony Gomez Palacio
ISBN : 9781592537426
Genre : Art
File Size : 54.93 MB
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Graphic Design, Referenced is a visual and informational guide to the most commonly referenced terms, historical moments, landmark projects, and influential practitioners in the field of graphic design. With more than 2,000 design projects illustrating more than 400 entries, it provides an intense overview of the varied elements that make up the graphic design profession through a unique set of chapters: “principles” defines the basic foundation of what constitutes graphic design; “knowledge” explores the most influential sources through which we learn about graphic design; “representatives” gathers the most prominent designers who have steered the course of graphic design in one way or another; and “practice” highlights some of the most iconic work produced that serve as examples of best practices and illustrate its potential lasting legacy.
Category: Art

Graphic Design Solutions

Author : Robin Landa
ISBN : 9781337671064
Genre : Education
File Size : 78.93 MB
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GRAPHIC DESIGN SOLUTIONS, 6th EDITION, is the most comprehensive reference on graphic design for print and screen media. Author Robin Landa introduces principles of design and how they apply to the various graphic design disciplines, and major applications are explained and illustrated with professional work and diagrams. This text serves as a solid foundation for typographic design, advertising design and graphic design. In-depth coverage includes such topics as design principles, the design process, concept generation, branding and visual identity, design for web and mobile, package design, portfolio development, social media, ad campaigns and more. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.
Category: Education

Graphic Design For Architects

Author : Karen Lewis
ISBN : 0415522609
Genre : ARCHITECTURE
File Size : 34.59 MB
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A studio handbook of techniques, explanations and examples of successful graphic design relevant to architects - this book covers a variety of scales of graphic design, everything from portfolio design and competition boards, to signage and building super-graphics - to address every stage of the reader's architectural career. Beautifully illustrated in full color, a global range of cases bring the principles to life.
Category: ARCHITECTURE

A New Program For Graphic Design

Author : David Reinfurt
ISBN : 1941753213
Genre : Design
File Size : 46.70 MB
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A toolkit for visual literacy in the 21st century A New Program for Graphic Design is the first communication-design textbook expressly of and for the 21st century. Three courses--Typography, Gestalt and Interface--provide the foundation of this book. Through a series of in-depth historical case studies (from Benjamin Franklin to the Macintosh computer) and assignments that progressively build in complexity, A New Program for Graphic Design serves as a practical guide both for designers and for undergraduate students coming from a range of other disciplines. Synthesizing the pragmatic with the experimental, and drawing on the work of Max Bill, György Kepes, Bruno Munari and Stewart Brand (among many others), it builds upon mid- to late-20th-century pedagogical models to convey contemporary design principles in an understandable form for students of all levels--treating graphic design as a liberal art that informs the dissemination of knowledge across all disciplines. For those seeking to understand and shape our increasingly networked world of information, this guide to visual literacy is an indispensable tool. David Reinfurt (born 1971), a graphic designer, writer and educator, reestablished the Typography Studio at Princeton University and introduced the study of graphic design. Previously, he held positions at Columbia University Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation, Rhode Island School of Design and Yale University School of Art. As a cofounder of O-R-G inc. (2000), Dexter Sinister (2006) and the Serving Library (2012), Reinfurt has been involved in several studios that have reimagined graphic design, publishing and archiving in the 21st century. He was the lead designer for the New York City MTA Metrocard vending machine interface, still in use today. His work is included in the collections of the Walker Art Center, Whitney Museum of American Art, Cooper Hewitt National Design Museum and the Museum of Modern Art. He is the co-author of Muriel Cooper (MIT Press, 2017), a book about the pioneering designer.
Category: Design