Graphic Design School: The Principles and Practices of Graphic Design Paperback – 25 Oct 2004
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About the Author
David Dabner has been teaching courses at the renowned London College of Printing for a number of years. He is the author of How to Use and Understand Design and Layout.
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Packed with full color visual examples, tips and tricks, and "assignments" for the reader to practice on, the book is like a mini-course: divided into sections, modules, and units. Great for touching up on rusty skills or just general practice. I also find it inspirational to flip through when I feel like I've run out of ideas, because of its rich content.
This modern publication (2004) with bright pictures, crisp graphics, helpful screenshots, great layout, and easy straight-forward language is reassuring: I know I have a reliable source to go back to anytime I feel clueless!
I also bought The Non Designers Design Book by Robin Williams - it is way much better, well written, direct and explains things so you actually learn about graphic design.
I would NOT recommend this book at all - this is from a non-graphic designer so bare that in mind!
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