Communicating through Graphic DIGITAL (e-Book and 25 printed Student Books)
By Kevin Gatta and Claire Mowbray Golding
Developed to address the needs of computer-based graphic design programs, as well as more traditional approaches, Communicating through Graphic Design offers a fresh, up-to-date look at one of the fastest-growing art career areas. This digital textbook and printed textbook set, full of colorful designs by professionals and students, first hones students’ fundamental thinking and drawing skills, emphasizing knowledge of elements and principles, planning, and sketching with traditional media. Students then move on to specific areas of design, observing and analyzing exemplary works from a variety of designers past and present, and finding their own solutions to real-world design problems.
Table of Contents:
- Computer-based and traditional approaches to each studio experience
- Design challenges that reflect actual workplace practice
- Career profiles of contemporary working professionals
- Art and design historical references
- Design time line referenced to historical events
Chapter 1: What Is Graphic Design?
Chapter 2: The Art of Graphic Design
Chapter 3: Visualizing and Layout
Chapter 4: Identity Design
Chapter 5: Publications Design
Chapter 6: Advertising Design
Chapter 7: Environmental and Information Design
Chapter 8: Virtual Design
Tags: Communicating through Graphic Design, Kevin Gatta, Claire Mowbray Golding, digital, high school
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