D.I.Y.: Design It Yourself: A Design Handbook
Princeton Architectural Press, Jan 19, 2006 - Architecture - 195 pages
Not satisfied with the new T-shirts on sale at the local mall? Maybe you'd like a wedding invitation that expresses your own vision, not your party planner's? How about some personalized stationery? An upgrade to your website? A business card? A poster for your political campaign? A CD package for your band? Sound good? Then get up off your couch and Design It Yourself! Avoid graphic identity theft: build your own. Ellen Lupton, bestselling author of Thinking with Type, will show you how.
DIY: Design It Yourself, provides you with all the tools you'll need to create your own projects, from conception through production. Here you will find:
No more excuses. With this book, virtually any design task is within your grasp. Just do it (yourself)!
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Review: DIY: Design It Yourself: A Design HandbookUser Review - Louise Cochrane - Goodreads
Anytime I'm at a loose end and want to kick start a new project, I find myself coming back to this book again and again. Although some of the examples of work can look a bit dated, the processes behind them are still relevant and can be applied to your own personal style and way of working. Read full review
Review: DIY: Design It Yourself: A Design HandbookUser Review - Desiree - Goodreads
Great concept. Illustrated well. Clearly done as a project of some sort by the grad students in the program, all of whom are artists and not writers, so I suppose I can forgive the truly egregious ... Read full review