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The Digital Designer's Bible: The Ultimate Route Map to Stress-free Best Working Practice for Print and Web Designers [Paperback]

Alastair Campbell , Alistair Dabbs

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7 Feb 2005
Design in the 21st century depends on a complex web of technologies. Though a project might still spring from a first sketch on the back of an envelope, its eventual realization will involve many intricate steps. The Digital Designer's Bible highlights the crucial points that punctuate the digital-design process, offering expert advice on how to get the best results out of computer software and equipment, as well as showing how to unearth and cure the undetected errors that bring disaster to schedules, client confidence and, ultimately, costs.

The Digital Designer's Bible gives digital print and screen designers a comprehensive armoury of working methods which combine the latest technical expertise with sound professional practice. This book is the much longed-for rule book that every digital designer will both want and need.



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Alastair Campbell cofounded the design group QED. Later, as creative director of one of the world's largest producers of illustrated books, he produced award-winning titles on art and design. He has lectured extensively on design, typography and illustration, and was external examiner of graphic design at Middlesex University.

Alistair Dabbs has written for many photographic magazines and is the author of books on digital photography and imaging. He is a Senior Lecturer at the Queensland School of Printing and Graphic Arts, Australia. In 1999-2000 he won the Leica Documentary Award for Australia.


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5.0 out of 5 stars An *excellent* tool for anyone starting in web or print design 18 Jan 2006
By Christopher Hahn - Published on Amazon.com
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What i really liked about this tome was how broad it is. it covers a broad range of topics from software and hardware, to business practices and setting up a workflow.

i come from more of a technical background, so much of the hardware and software recommendations were old hat for me, (btw, make sure you pick up the newest revision of this so that it's suggestions are most relevent).

The business practices section was fantastic, as it detailed ways for you to work with clients and freelancers, dealing with employees, setting deadlines, and keeping track of timelines, project planning, and strengthening your workflow so that you can get your inspiration down when it strikes, rather than getting bogged down with all the details.

As a web designer the print, layout and fontography sections were of particular interest, as in this day, your project may likely end up in any number of media formats, even displayed on a number of devices.

While i wouldn't say this is the end all book, it has alot of great reference material, and it's a good jumping spot to follow up on deeper subject like XHTML, CSS.

In all, a very good investment.
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