Multimedia demystified: a guide to the world of multimedia
The definitive book for anyone who wants to understand what multimedia is all about and how it is created. A hypertext-like design makes the book accessible and user-friendly, so that the reader can quickly master the concepts, tools, techniques, and technologies behind the biggest buzzword around today.
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Multimedia demystified: a guide to the world of multimediaUser Review - Book Verdict
Design a book to work like a computer interface? With icon guides, lots of color, plenty of illustrations, and just the right amount of text? Multimedia Demystified takes a decidedly graphic approach, like a Macintosh, in explaining how to think about multimedia. In three parts, this book starts off wisely by explaining how it works, with icons representing different audiences and multimedia participants, from clients to artists to writers. Twelve categories of projects are analyzed in the second part, while the last part describes the process of inventing multimedia. Useful appendixes point to other resources, as well as indexing interviews and case studies described in the text. Overall, you'll find Multimedia Demystified an excellent place to think about the many tasks inherent in multimedia, the kinds of expertise you'll need, and the costs involved. A realistic yet entertaining guide to the subject.
Review: Multimedia Demystified: A Guide to the World of Multimedia from Apple Computer, Inc. (Random House/Newmedia Series)User Review - Philip - Goodreads
Very dated, technology-wise, but still has good guidance on the business and management of projects and interesting profiles of people in the industry. And, fittingly, it looks great! Read full review