How to Think Like a Great Graphic Designer

Despite its title, this book will not provide the reader with a recipe to think like some of the most accomplished graphic designers of our time. Consider it instead a glimpse into the minds of […]

Aug, 06

How to Be a Graphic Designer without Losing Your Soul

I love being a designer. I love thinking about ideas freely and observing them taking shape: I love working concentratedly on a project all day. losing myself in the work, and, even after having been […]

Aug, 06

Graphic Design Theory: Readings from the Field

The texts in this collection reveal ideas key to the evolution of graphic design. Together, they tell the story of a discipline that continually moves between extremes—anonymity and authorship, the personal and the universal, social […]

Aug, 06

Graphic Design Thinking: Beyond Brainstorming

Peter G. Rowe applied the term “design thinking’ to architecture in 1987. More recently, Tom Kelley, Tim Brown, and their colleagues at the design firm IDEO have developed comprehensive techniques for framing problems and generating […]

Aug, 06

Minimal Graphics: The Powerful New Look of Graphic Design

What jump-started the return to a more minimal philosophy? The visual pendulums natural swing is a likely cause; After a decade of distended. layered, filtered, fragmented, disordered, and reassembled graphics, people want something fresh. The […]

Aug, 06


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