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Kim Baer, principal of Los Angeles–based design studio KBDA, developed a very early interest in graphic design as a way to integrate three distinct passions: an enthusiasm for exploring diverse types of organizations, a love for the ...

Author: Kim Baer

Publisher: Workbook

ISBN: 9781631598050

Category: Business & Economics

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Information Design Workbook, Revised and Updated provides an up-to-date guide on creating visually compelling and useful graphics.
2021-11-09 By Kim Baer

New York, NY: Princeton Architectural Press Saffer, D. (2007) Designing for Interaction. Indianapolis, IN: New Riders Schriver, K. A. (1997) Dynamics in Document Design. New York, NY: John ...

Author: Kim Baer

Publisher: Rockport Publishers

ISBN: 9781592534104

Category: ANTIQUES & COLLECTIBLES

Page: 239

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Currently there is nothing as comprehensive about this topic available. This new volume takes a methodical yet comprehensive approach to conveying the fundamentals of avant-garde, innovative, information design by examining history, theory, criticism, technology and media, process, method, and practice. Opening with a very brief history followed by an instructive breakdown of the discipline, readers will get an intimate understanding of the complexities of crafting information design to effectively improve communication both functionally and aesthetically. The back half of the book contains a wide range of case studies from design firms around the world so designers can see the techniques previously outlined in the first half of the book. The author critiques and explains why the design is successful in terms of formal quality (Aesthetics) and function (How does it improve communication?).
2008 By Kim Baer

everyone at rockport publishers the contributing designers dennis puhalla—my mentor and friend—for your time and valuable contributions to this second edition Kristin Cullen is an award-winning graphic designer and educator with a ...

Author: Dennis Puhalla

Publisher: Rockport Publishers

ISBN: 9781631594984

Category: Design

Page: 240

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Layout Workbook is one of five volumes in Rockport's series of practical and inspirational workbooks that cover the fundamental areas of the graphic design business. In the original, 2005 edition, author Kristin Cullen tackled the often perplexing job of nailing down a layout that works. In the new edition, with a new cover and new look, Dennis Puhalla (author of Rockport's Design Elements: Form and Space) will refresh and update the text, case studies, and imagery. More than a collection of great examples of layout, this book is an invaluable resource for students, designers, and creative professionals who seek design understanding and inspiration. The book illuminates the broad category of layout, communicating specifically what it takes to design with excellence. It also addresses the heart of design-the how and why of the creative process. In Layout Workbook, the subject is approached with a series of step-by-step fundamental chapters (a "how-to" of layout) addressing topics such as The Function of Design, Inspiration, The Design Process, Intuition, Structure and Organization, The Interaction of Visual Elements, Typography, and Design Analysis. The book offers inspirational quotations and a unique, progressive design that truly reflects its content.
2018-06-26 By Dennis Puhalla

Gestalt psychology: an introduction to new concepts in modern psychology. New York: Liveright. ... Revised edition. Tullinge: Institute for Infology. e-book <http://www.iiid.net/ rune-pettersson-information-design-1-messagedesign/>.

Author: Alison Black

Publisher: Taylor & Francis

ISBN: 9781317125297

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 750

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Information Design provides citizens, business and government with a means of presenting and interacting with complex information. It embraces applications from wayfinding and map reading to forms design; from website and screen layout to instruction. Done well it can communicate across languages and cultures, convey complicated instructions, even change behaviours. Information Design offers an authoritative guide to this important multidisciplinary subject. The book weaves design theory and methods with case studies of professional practice from leading information designers across the world. The heavily illustrated text is rigorous yet readable and offers a single, must-have, reference to anyone interested in information design or any of its related disciplines such as interaction design and information architecture, information graphics, document design, universal design, service design, map-making and wayfinding.
2017-01-12 By Alison Black

Stefanie Posavec (SP): My background is in graphic design for print: I completed an MA in Communication Design at Central ... After I graduated, I didn't publicly promote this project, but instead took a job as a book cover designer at ...

Author: David Bihanic

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9781447165965

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 447

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The present work provides a platform for leading Data designers whose vision and creativity help us to anticipate major changes occurring in the Data Design field, and pre-empt the future. Each of them strives to provide new answers to the question, “What challenges await Data Design?” To avoid falling into too narrow a mind-set, each works hard to elucidate the breadth of Data Design today and to demonstrate its widespread application across a variety of business sectors. With end users in mind, designer-contributors bring to light the myriad of purposes for which the field was originally intended, forging the bond even further between Data Design and the aims and intentions of those who contribute to it. The first seven parts of the book outline the scope of Data Design, and presents a line-up of “viewpoints” that highlight this discipline’s main topics, and offers an in-depth look into practices boasting both foresight and imagination. The eighth and final part features a series of interviews with Data designers and artists whose methods embody originality and marked singularity. As a result, a number of enlightening concepts and bright ideas unfold within the confines of this book to help dispel the thick fog around this new and still relatively unknown discipline. A plethora of equally eye-opening and edifying new terms, words, and key expressions also unfurl. Informing, influencing, and inspiring are just a few of the buzz words belonging to an initiative that is, first and foremost, a creative one, not to mention the possibility to discern the ever-changing and naturally complex nature of today’s datasphere. Providing an invaluable and cutting-edge resource for design researchers, this work is also intended for students, professionals and practitioners involved in Data Design, Interaction Design, Digital & Media Design, Data & Information Visualization, Computer Science and Engineering.
2014-12-27 By David Bihanic

Itten's theories still form the core of most art school color information. with Newton's conclusions about color. He believed that a scientific approach alone did not enable one to fully understand color. Goethe's observations of the ...

Author: Sean Adams

Publisher: Rockport Publishers

ISBN: 9781631594106

Category: Design

Page: 240

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From the meanings behind colors to working with color in presentations, Color Design Workbook provides you with the information needed to effectively apply color to design work. Since color is such an important part of graphic design, designers need the most up-to-date, as well as the most fundamental, information on the subject to have the tools needed to use color effectively. The Color Design Workbook, New, Revised Edition explains the meanings behind colors, working with color in presentations, and loads more. This guide book provides you with the vital information needed to creatively and effectively apply color to your own design work. You will also receive guidance on talking with clients about color and selling color ideas, and you'll also learn the science behind color theory. Case studies are included to show the effects some color choices had on both their clients and consumers. So why wait any longer? Become a color expert now!
2017-06-01 By Sean Adams

Information Design Workbook : Graphic Approaches , Solutions , and Inspirations + 30 Case Studies . Beverly , MA , Rockport Publishers , Inc. Berger , A. A. ( 2008 ) . Seeing is Believing . New York , McGraw - Hill .

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ISBN: UCSD:31822041184920

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This new understanding is central to the account of visual thinking set forth in this book. According to this new view, visual thinking is a process that has the allocation of attention as its very essence.

Author: Colin Ware

Publisher: Morgan Kaufmann

ISBN: 9780128235683

Category: Computers

Page: 224

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Visual Thinking for Information Design, Second Edition brings the science of perception to the art of design. The book takes what we now know about perception, cognition and attention and transforms it into concrete advice that students and designers can directly apply. It demonstrates how designs can be considered as tools for cognition and extensions of the viewer’s brain in much the same way that a hammer is an extension of the user’s hand. The book includes hundreds of examples, many in the form of integrated text and full-color diagrams. Renamed from the first edition, Visual Thinking for Design, to more accurately reflect its focus on infographics, this timely revision has been updated throughout and includes more content on pattern perception, the addition of new material illustrating color assimilation, and a new chapter devoted to communicating ideas through images. Presents visual thinking as a complex process that can be supported in every stage using specific design techniques Provides practical, task-oriented information for designers and software developers charged with design responsibilities Includes hundreds of examples, many in the form of integrated text and full-color diagrams Steeped in the principles of “active vision, which views graphic designs as cognitive tools Features a new chapter titled Communicating Ideas with Images that focuses on a new emerging theory of human cognition and how that theory, which deals with the construction and refinement of predictive mental models in the mind, provides a solid foundation for reasoning about what should go into a presentation
2021-03-26 By Colin Ware

Gary Glover's introduction to the new field of clip art ( 1994 ) will enable many more people to use icons and illustrations in their information design . A book by William Horton on icon design ( 1994 ) is another excellent example of ...

Author: Robert Jacobson

Publisher: MIT Press

ISBN: 0262600358

Category: Design

Page: 373

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The contributors to this book are both cautionary and hopeful as they offer visions of how information design can be practiced diligently and ethically, for the benefit of information consumers as well as producers. Information design is the newest of the design disciplines. As a sign of our times, when the crafting of messages and meaning is so central to our lives, information design is not only important—it is essential. Contemporary information designers seek to edify more than to persuade, to exchange more than to foist upon. With ever more powerful technologies of communication, we have learned that the issuer of designed information is as likely as the intended recipient to be changed by it, for better or worse. The contributors to this book are both cautionary and hopeful as they offer visions of how information design can be practiced diligently and ethically, for the benefit of information consumers as well as producers. They present various methods that seem to work, such as sense-making and way-finding. They make recommendations and serve as guides to a still young but extraordinarily pervasive—and persuasive—field. Contributors Elizabeth Andersen, Judy Anderson, Simon Birrell, Mike Cooley, Brenda Dervin, Jim Gasperini, Yvonne M. Hansen, Steve Holtzman, Robert E. Horn, Robert Jacobson, John Krygier, Sheryl Macy, Romedi Passini, Jef Raskin, Chandler Screven, Nathan Shedroff, Hal Thwaites, Roger Whitehouse
2000-08-25 By Robert Jacobson

Paul Rand (London: Phaidon Press, 1999). Heller, Steven and Véronique Vienne. Becoming a Graphic and Digital Designer (New York: Wiley & Sons, 2015). Heller, Steven and Louise Fili. Stylepedia: A Guide to Graphic Design Mannerisms, ...

Author: Gail Anderson

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN: 9781780679938

Category: Design

Page: 128

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This book serves as an introduction to the key elements of good design. Broken into sections covering the fundamental elements of design, key works by acclaimed designers serve to illustrate technical points and encourage readers to try out new ideas. Themes covered include narrative, colour, illusion, ornament, simplicity, and wit and humour. The result is an instantly accessible and easy to understand guide to graphic design using professional techniques.
2016-04-13 By Gail Anderson