Generative Design: Visualize, Program, and Create with JavaScript in p5.js

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Chronicle Books, Nov 13, 2018 - Art - 256 pages
Generative design, once known only to insiders as a revolutionary method of creating artwork, models, and animations with programmed algorithms, has in recent years become a popular tool for designers. By using simple languages such as JavaScript in p5.js, artists and makers can create everything from interactive typography and textiles to 3D-printed furniture to complex and elegant infographics.

This updated volume gives a jump-start on coding strategies, with step-by-step tutorials for creating visual experiments that explore the possibilities of color, form, typography, and images. Generative Design includes a gallery of all-new artwork from a range of international designers—fine art projects as well as commercial ones for Nike, Monotype, Dolby Laboratories, the musician Bjork, and others.
 

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Contents

201617 Daily Sketches
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2017 Planck
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2015 Abstract_
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2016 Rottlace Björk
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2016 V0ID VIII 01
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2017 Monotype
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2016 Nike Strike Series FA16
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2016 VoxelChair v10
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2016 Collide
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2017 Block Bills
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2015 Roads to Rome
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2015 Jller
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2016 Aerial Bold
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Basic Principles
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Appendix
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Benedikt Groß and Hartmut Bohnacker are professors of interaction design at the HfG Schwäbisch Gmünd in Baden-Württemberg, Germany.

Julia Laub is cofounder of the design studio onformative in Berlin. Claudius Lazzeroni is a professor of interface design at the Folkwang Kunsthochschule in Essen, Germany.

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