The Non-designers Design Book: Design and Typographic Principles for the Visual Novice
So you have a great concept and all the fancy digital tools you could possibly require¿what¿s stopping you from creating beautiful pages? Namely the training to pull all of these elements together into a cohesive design that effectively communicates your message. Not to worry: This book is the one place you can turn to find quick, non-intimidating, excellent design help.In The Non-Designer¿s Design Book, 2nd Edition, best-selling author Robin Williams turns her attention to the basic principles of good design and typography. All you have to do is follow her clearly explained concepts, and you¿ll begin producing more sophisticated, professional, and interesting pages immediately. Humor-infused, jargon-free prose interspersed with design exercises, quizzes, illustrations, and dozens of examples make learning a snap¿which is just what audiences have come to expect from this best-selling author.
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This book is clearly, concisely, and succinctly written. Explaining each of the four principles of design - Contrast, Repetition, Alignment, and Proximity - with simplicity, it enables even the most inexperienced beginner to understand how visual design works and how to begin creating his or her own winning designs! This book is a joy to read, and I highly recommend it to anyone wanting to become a better designer.
Review: The Non-Designer's Design BookUser Review - Raphael Gaschignard - Goodreads
Does what it says on the tin. Explains some basic design techniques for things like flyers, business cards, or websites. Great intro to the vocabulary you might hear from other people. Also helps to understand why you might dislike/like a certain look. Super light read Read full review
What Writing Does and how it Does it: An Introduction to Analyzing Texts and ...
Charles Bazerman,Paul A. Prior
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