For courses in Basic Design. This text focuses on the basics of design-helping today's students think about and explore ways of approaching their work in their chosen design field. The text has a conversational, humorous tone and uses easily recognized, often common-place illustrative materials. It first explores each of the elements of design individually, then explains the principles of design, and finally, shows how elements and principles are combined in the design process.
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This basic introduction to the components used in the design process, features a conversational and humorous tone that encourages readers to think about the components of design and then develop their own creative methods.From the Back Cover:
What makes a design effective?
This new edition of A Design Manual expands its treatment of design to include the essentials of three-dimensional design as well as guiding beginning students through the components of two-dimensional design. Readers will become more aware of design in the world around them, and learn how to create effective designs. Basic concepts are explained through the use of common life-experience analogies, and familiar illustrations help to generate .ideas and discussions. The author's down-to-earth style, clear presentation, and helpful student projects make this text a helpful starting point for beginners to the world of design.
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Book Description Prentice Hall College Div, 1991. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0132016095
Book Description Book Condition: Brand New. Book Condition: Brand New. Bookseller Inventory # 97801320160941.0