Graphic Design & Reading: Explorations of an Uneasy Relationship
In this eclectic collection, thought-provoking essays from a wide range of perspectives explore the multifaceted interaction between graphic design and reading. The writings discuss various kinds of established reading patterns-from magazine browsing to online reading to contemplating a one-word poster. All of these settings for graphic design, and many more, offer springboards for investigating the complex relationship between typography and content-a fascinating exploration for graphic designers, teachers, and students.
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This collection explores the relationship between reading and the graphic arts, that is, the art of the printed page. The 18 essays some less readable than others are written by a variety of ... Read full review