Design Issues: How Graphic Design Informs Society
Allworth Press, 2001 - Design - 262 pages
This anthology of mind-teasers explores how design communicates with, rubs itself against, and sometimes stumbles around the real world, ranging from bottom-line issues such as designing a corporate identity to the philosophical dimensions of designing for the 21st century. Based on the Design Issues column in Communications Arts, this volume presents design connoisseurs with a four-year selection of the column's most intriguing and provocative issues. An unorthodox mix of 20 contributors ranging from hard-core designers to advertising strategists look at contemporary design in a critical, educational, ethical, historical, social and often humorous context.
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