The complete graphic designer : a guide to understanding graphics and visual communication / by Ryan Hembree.

"Resource on the what, when, where, and how of the graphic design industry.; Graphic design is a fast growing industry with thousands of new designers and students joining its ranks every year. The explosion of the graphic design field has resulted in the release of hundreds of new books, with...

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Main Author: Hembree, Ryan (Author)
Format: Book
Language:English
Published: Gloucester, Mass. : Rockport, [2006]
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Summary:"Resource on the what, when, where, and how of the graphic design industry.; Graphic design is a fast growing industry with thousands of new designers and students joining its ranks every year. The explosion of the graphic design field has resulted in the release of hundreds of new books, with subjects ranging from logo design to web design, design history to design criticism; today there are very few subjects related to the industry that have not been written about in one form or another. While the wealth of information and resources available to the graphic designer is extensive, it makes it hard to gain an overall perspective of graphic design and its practical applications in the field, as the content and subject matter of most books is very specialized. Design educators, especially at the collegiate level, have an increasingly difficult task of teaching a well-rounded course in graphic design, as they have to pull curriculum ideas from many sources, and require the students to purchase numerous texts."--Publisher description.
Physical Description:192 pages : illustrations (some colour), colour maps ; 27 cm
Bibliography:Includes bibliographical references (page 185).
ISBN:1592532594
9781592532599
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