Brochure Design that Works: Secrets for Successful Brochure Design

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Rockport Publishers, 2002 - Design - 159 pages
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A focus on what makes a particular design work, and why it is successful from a consumer and design perspective. Each project is backed by information, including such standard design elements as type, colour and grid, as well as design tools used, unique graphic elements and production techniques.

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About the author (2002)

Lisa L. Cyr is an accomplished author and multidisciplinary artist with a content-driven approach. She writes for many of the creative industry's leading trade publications including "Communication Arts", "STEP inside design", "HOW", "ID", "Altpick", "Creativity's Spark", "Applied Arts" and others. In addition to her writing, Cyr speaks at professional organizations, universities and industry conferences across the United States. Cyr also teaches in many of the top Master of Fine Arts graduate programs across the United States. Cyr graduated from The Massachusetts College of Art with a Bachelor of Fine Art and Syracuse University with a Master of Arts. Her art has been exhibited both nationally and internationally in museums, galleries and universities. She is an artist member of the Society of Illustrators in New York City and works in partnership with her husband Christopher Short, painter and 3D illustrator. Visit her website at http: //CyrStudio.com. Cyr lives in Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania.

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