What is graphic design / Quentin Newark.

This book starts by exploring all the issues that shape design: economics, ethics, technology, theory and developments in the other arts. It looks at how design has evolved over the centuries - from its origins in mediaeval Germany to today when it includes areas such as corporate branding, magazine...

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Main Author: Newark, Quentin (Author)
Format: Book
Language:English
Published: Mies, Switzerland ; Hove, U.K. : RotoVision, [2002]
Series:Essential design handbooks.
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Summary:This book starts by exploring all the issues that shape design: economics, ethics, technology, theory and developments in the other arts. It looks at how design has evolved over the centuries - from its origins in mediaeval Germany to today when it includes areas such as corporate branding, magazines, television titles and websites. This book concludes with an analysis of a diverse group of young designers who illustrate just how broad and rich the profession can be.
Item Description:Includes index.
Physical Description:255 pages : illustrations (chiefly colour), facsimiles, portraits ; 23 cm.
ISBN:2880465397
9782880465391
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