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Part 1: Design and Layout Basics Chapter 1: Before You Begin to Design Chapter 2: Emphasis Chapter 3: Contrast Chapter 4: Balance Chapter 5: Alignment Chapter 6: Repetition Chapter 7: Flow Chapter 8: Images Chapter 9: Color Part 2: Typography Basics Chapter 10: Overview of Technical Terms Chapter 11: A Few Simple Type Rules Part 3: Projects and Resources Chapter 12: Focus On ... Chapter 13: Tools and Resources Glossary Index
Lisa Graham is an Associate Professor of Graphic Design at the University of Texas at Arlington. She is a recipient of the Illumina Teaching Award, a national teaching award honoring design professors presented by the American Institute of Graphic Arts and The Justice Organization. Her illustrations have appeared in the MIT publications, Computer Music Journal, Leonardo, and Terra Nova. Ms. Graham has produced a wide range of graphic designs, illustrations, and informational graphics for clients in the fashion, high-tech, energy, military, and geology industries.
This book is really for beginners. Wasn't what i was looking for! no recommendation to makePublished on Jan. 28 2004 by Genevieve Cauchy
This book makes it easy to understand typography and layout. The author gives the reader a good grounding in typography and the basic principles of design, making it easy to... Read morePublished on Dec 17 2002