Design Basics: Ideas and Inspiration for Working with Layout, Type, and Color in Graphic Design

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Rockport, 2002 - Design - 251 pages
"The technological advances that have flooded the graphic design industry have challenged the basic foundations upon which good graphic design is built. Design Basics presents hundreds of examples from the best graphic designers whose work reflects the most fundamental areas of graphic art - strong layout, compelling color, and good use of typography. Whether working on a brochure, a Web site, or a billboard, a strong understanding of these three elements is the basis of good design. This book will provide new and seasoned designers with the insiration and know-how to get back to basics."--BOOK JACKET.Title Summary field provided by Blackwell North America, Inc. All Rights Reserved

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Kaye is managing editor of Print, a National Magazine Award-winning magazine about graphic design and visual culture published by RC Publications.

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