Design with digital tools: using new media creatively

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McGraw Hill, 2000 - Computers - 257 pages
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-- A method- and strategy-filled resource that helps architects and other designers work collaboratively using digital tools to streamline workflow, improve design ability, and save time and money
-- Covers 3D prototyping, desktop and web publishing, and emerging trends and technologies
-- The CD contains libraries of symbols, bookmarks of online software, code and regulatory data, standard details -- and much more!

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Contents 1 PARTI Methods Whatto
Chapter 1 Learn to Navigate and Work in Information Environments
Chapter 2 Use New Media to Gather Information Perceptions and ideas

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