Author: Lisa Graham

Publisher: Cengage Learning

ISBN: 1401879527

Category: Design

Page: 336

View: 5853

This classic introduction to high-impact page design is now fully updated for a new generation of designers. Basics of Design: Layout and Typography for Beginners demystifies the design process with straightforward and complete explanations of the fundamental principles that create first-rate visual design. Readers learn essential design terminology and develop their knowledge and skills through visual examples and hands-on activities that reinforce page layout and typography concepts. Side-by-side critiques of before-and-after page layouts help readers understand how to apply design principles to their own efforts and point the way to excellence in design. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.
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Author: Kathryn Best

Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing

ISBN: 1350034576

Category: Design

Page: 208

View: 5960

The book explicitly places the principles and processes of design within the context of a business or enterprise, explaining how design management can relate to the cultural, environmental, political and social impact of an enterprise. It emphasises the inter-disciplinary nature of design management, and as such is of relevance to students of a number of disciplines: from art and design to business, marketing or media. The Fundamentals of Design Management is supported throughout by a range of interviews and case studies, taken from design practitioners and industry experts.
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Author: Laura Lein-Svencner

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: 9781389026669

Category:

Page: N.A

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Instructional guide book made to be used with a sketchbook to learn the basics of design, using simple supplies,magazines, drawing paper, glue sticks, acrylic paints and scissors.
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A Lively Guide to Design Basics for Artists & Craftspeople

Author: Steve Aimone

Publisher: Lark Books

ISBN: 9781579903497

Category: Design

Page: 176

View: 8664

Design is something we encounter all around us every day. The fundamentals of design are the same, no matter the medium. Examine what they are in this book, a survey.
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Author: Kathryn Best

Publisher: AVA Publishing

ISBN: 2940411077

Category: BUSINESS & ECONOMICS

Page: 208

View: 6440

The Fundamentals of Design Management emphasizes the inter-disciplinary nature of design management, and as such is of relevance to those from a number of backgrounds: art and design, business, marketing or media. Design does not operate in isolation from other disciplines and professions. The book explicitly places the principles and processes of design within the context of a business or enterprise, considering the administrative, legal and financial implications of executing a design project.
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A Guide to the Basics of Scenic, Costume, and Lighting Design

Author: Karen Brewster,Melissa Shafer

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN: 1581158505

Category: Performing Arts

Page: 256

View: 3818

Veteran theater designers Karen Brewster and Melissa Shafer have consulted with a broad range of seasoned theater industry professionals to provide an exhaustive guide full of sound advice and insight. With clear examples and hands-on exercises, Fundamentals of Theatrical Design illustrates the way in which the three major areas of theatrical design—scenery, costumes, and lighting—are intrinsically linked. Attractively priced for use as a classroom text, this is a comprehensive resource for all levels of designers and directors.
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A Practical Approach to Form and Design

Author: David Cohen

Publisher: University of Pennsylvania Press

ISBN: 9780812220414

Category: Crafts & Hobbies

Page: 144

View: 3664

To master the timeless craft of clay wheel throwing, a ceramicist must understand more than the attributes of clay and the operation of the potter's wheel. Successful practitioners learn to combine technical knowledge and physical skill with emotional control and a highly developed aesthetic sense. The learning process can be extremely frustrating for beginners, but thorough background information and a proper mindset can ease the journey to technical proficiency and self-expression. The Basics of Throwing offers the kind of detailed instruction that is critical to the sustained practice of clay wheel throwing. In this thoroughly illustrated book, master potter David Cohen explores the essential aspects of the craft--the preparation of clay, the required tools, the mechanics governing the potter's wheel, the technical vocabulary, and the fundamental thrown forms of ceramic ware. In addition, Cohen shares insights into the value of related details, such as posture, breath, rhythm, and drawing, in the creation of quality clay ware. His clear writing links the physical relationship between body, clay, and wheel to the principles of beauty. Full-color photographs further clarify each concept and method. The Basics of Throwing ends with inspiring profiles of some of today's best potters. David Cohen's comprehensive instruction and holistic framework make The Basics of Throwing a unique resource for potters and ceramics educators.
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From the Basics to the Practice of Design, Second Edition

Author: Malcolm Grear

Publisher: New Riders

ISBN: 9780132798136

Category: Computers

Page: 352

View: 4606

Renowned artist and design legend Malcolm Grear has permanently shaped the design world with his work, lecturing, writing and teaching. Grear approaches design by looking at the inner parts of an object, process, or idea in order to understand the whole. He believes that form and structure are the underpinnings of effective design, which stands contrary to the reductive approach taught in most modern design education. Deftly and sparingly capturing the essence of his subject matter, Grear offers unique insight into the design process with images and forms drawn from nature, typography, art and design. These examples from both his teaching (inside) and professional practice (outside) begin with design problems and illuminate the processes by which the best solutions are found. Grear skillfully bridges the gap between design theory and real-world practice. Malcolm Grear has played a vital role as designer and educator in the field of visual communication for 48 years. Malcolm Grear Designers was founded in 1960 and has had more than 28 solo exhibitions in museums and galleries. He taught in Rhode Island School of Design from 1960 to 1998 where he received the Honorary Alumnus Award for "...professional achievements as an internationally acclaimed graphic designer (that) brought overwhelming recognition to Rhode Island School of Design's Department of Graphic Design and its graduates." Malcolm Grear has been awarded five honorary doctorate degrees and was selected by the National Association of Schools of Art and Design, comprising 190 institutions, to receive the Citation for Distinguished Service in the Visual Arts. Grear continues to design, lecture, and conduct design workshops throughout the country and will occasionally teach a graduate design course. Visit www.mgrear.com for more information. Inside / Outside is an AIGA Design Press book, published under Peachpit's New Riders imprint in partnership with AIGA.
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Basics and Design

Author: Dietrich Schlichthärle

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 3662041707

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 361

View: 9769

This textbook provides an insight into the characteristics and design of digital filters. It includes tables of filter parameters for Butterworth, Chbeyshev, Cauer and Bessel filters and several computer routines for filter design programs.
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Author: Phil Baker

Publisher: Pearson Education

ISBN: 0132481898

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 10

View: 2819

This Element is an excerpt from From Concept to Consumer: How to Turn Ideas Into Money (9780137137473) by Phil Baker. Available in print and digital formats. A quick, practical, step-by-step overview of today’s winning product development processes, from world-renowned expert Phil Baker. Developing a product is an adventure: a blend of research, engineering, marketing, and intuition. It’s about balancing features, cost, and time to market while never quite knowing what will be your competition or what obstacles you might encounter. The process involves many steps: defining, designing, engineering, testing, validating, and finally manufacturing. But it cannot be done in isolation....
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Fundamentals of Design and Computation

Author: Stephen P. Radzevich

Publisher: CRC Press

ISBN: 1439819688

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 786

View: 6458

This book presents the DG/K-based method of surface generation, a novel and practical mathematical method for designing gear cutting tools with optimal parameters. The author, an industry leader for the past 30 years, proposes a scientific classification for all possible kinds of the gear machining meshes before discussing optimal designs of gear cutting tools. This classification makes it possible to consider all possible designs of gear cutting tools, including those currently used in practice and those expected to be used in the future. It also allows the author to develop scientific predictions and optimal designs. In most cases, solutions appear in analytical form and/or graphical form.
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Fundamentals of Design and Operation

Author: David A. Mitchell,Nadia Krieger,Marin Berovic

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 3540312862

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 448

View: 3346

This concise professional reference provides a fundamental framework for the design and operation of solid-state fermentation bioreactors, enabling researchers currently working at laboratory scale to scale up their processes. The authors survey bioreactor types in common use, and describe in depth how to plan a project, and model heat transfer phenomena. The book includes case studies, and a review of practical issues involved in bioreactor performance.
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Learn How to Design Crochet Hat Patterns. Learn the Basics of Crochet Hat Pattern Designs Design Your Own Creations

Author: Florence Schultz

Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform

ISBN: 9781530418725

Category:

Page: 160

View: 9946

Have you ever dreamed of designing your own crochet patterns? In her latest book, Learn How to Design Crochet Hat Patterns; Learn the Basics of Crochet Hat Pattern Designs and Design Your Own Creations, Florence Schultz teaches you how to design your own crochet hat patterns. If you know the basics of crochet and the basic techniques, you can learn to put your ideas down into a pattern and create your own designs. First Florence teaches you the basics a written crochet pattern. She guides you through each section of a pattern, and their importance. Next Florence teaches you the basics of crochet diagrams and graphs. She explains how to read and work crochet diagrams and graphs so you can create your own. Each component of a diagram and graph is explained so will understand how they are used to represent crochet patterns. Tables of common crochet abbreviations and symbols are provided for your reference. Pattern repeats are explained and examples are given to help you visualize each part of a written pattern as well as diagrams and graphs. Once you have the basics of written patterns, diagrams, and graphs down pat, Florence then moves onto hat construction. You will learn how the starting circle of fabric which forms the crown dictates the size of your hat designs. Florence helps you understand how each part of a hat works and how to design them as well as how each component works together in your designs. She also includes a handy table of hat sizes and measurements for the crown, body, and length of sizes from baby to large adult. After you have learned the basics of patterns and how hats are constructed, Florence guides you through completely understanding the importance of gauge and how to design and write patterns. She shares tips from her vast experience of designing patterns so you can begin to design crochet patterns like a pro. She even shares tips on how to share your patterns whether you decide to share them for free or make them paid patterns. Finally, as a bonus Florence shares five of her favorite hat designs with you. Use these written patterns as examples of how to design and write various styles of hats. If you have ever considered designing your own patterns but didn't know where to start, then this is the book for you. Learn how to understand and write your own written patterns, as well as an overview of diagrams and graphs, so you can make your creations come to life Don't miss out on Florence Schultz's latest addition to her extensive crochet collection. Get your copy today!
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Author: Michael Moore

Publisher: CRC Press

ISBN: 1439867763

Category: Computers

Page: 400

View: 6576

Basics of Game Design is for anyone wanting to become a professional game designer. Focusing on creating the game mechanics for data-driven games, it covers role-playing, real-time strategy, first-person shooter, simulation, and other games. Written by a 25-year veteran of the game industry, the guide offers detailed explanations of how to design the data sets used to resolve game play for moving, combat, solving puzzles, interacting with NPCs, managing inventory, and much more. Advice on developing stories for games, building maps and levels, and designing the graphical user interface is also included.
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Elements, Form, Styles

Author: Nancy Wolford,Ellen Cheever,NKBA (National Kitchen and Bath Association)

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 1118715640

Category: Architecture

Page: 240

View: 4277

The industry standard, full-color guide to practical kitchen andbath design Kitchen and Bath Design Principles is The NationalKitchen and Bath Association's complete guide to uniting functionand style in these important rooms. This full-color guide isheavily illustrated, with a revised layout and graphic design thatpresents information more clearly for visual learners. The updatedsecond edition has been expanded to adhere more closely to thestandards of interior design, including new information on unity,proportion, scale, and variety, plus a new glossary to clarifyunfamiliar terms. Stylistic themes remain a major component, withemphasis on the architecture, furniture, styles, and fashions ofeach era, and all technical and aesthetic information is presentedin clear, concise language. The companion website features ateacher's guide and image bank that facilitate use in theclassroom, providing additional examples of design principles inaction. The National Kitchen and Bath Association established thestandard guidelines for safe and effective kitchen and bath design,and this book is the complete guide to incorporating code andaesthetics from the very beginning. Function is just as importantas style in these rooms, so Kitchen and Bath DesignPrinciples teaches readers to: Apply the elements and principles of design to real-lifesituations Discover how best to apply the tools of design in dailybusiness practice Explore the global and cultural influences reflected in popularstylistic themes Translate the aesthetics of an era into a workable theme for akitchen or bath To best serve clients, designers must learn to meet all codes,regulations, and expectations with a balance of substance andstyle. Kitchen and Bath Design Principles is the industrystandard reference, from the industry-leading provider of kitchenand bath design education.
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Author: John Marshall

Publisher: Lulu.com

ISBN: 0557123348

Category: Education

Page: 254

View: 2960

The definitive manual on judging and running the modern drill competition (civilian, JROTC, ROTC and service Honor Guards) at all levels. Taking you through the modern judging process, the reader is exposed to the world of judging the pageantry arts in the four visual captions. A must for all Drillers, instructors and judges.
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ein visuelles Wörterbuch für Designer

Author: Christian Leborg

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: 9781568987323

Category: Visual communication

Page: 95

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Mithilfe des Computers kann heutzutage fast jeder Bilder oder Grafiken erstellen. Aber ohne ein grundlegendes VerstAndnis fA1/4r visuelle Sprache ist ein produktiver Dialog zwischen Produzenten und Konsumenten von visueller Kommunikation unmAglich. Bildsprache hilft dabei, A1/4ber visuelle Objekte und ihr kreatives Potential zu sprechen und die Grafiken besser zu verstehen. Leborg beschAftigt sich mit jedem denkbaren visuellen Konzept a " von abstrakten Begriffen wie Dimension, Format und Volumen zu konkreten Eigenschaften wie Form, GrAAe, Farbe und FarbsAttigung und von Handlungen wie Wiederholung, Spiegelung, Bewegung und VerAnderung bis hin zu Beziehungen wie Symmetrie, Gleichgewicht, Diffusion, Richtung und Variation. Dieses Buch ist sowohl ein elementares Lehrbuch als auch ein visuelles Lexikon der fundamentalen Aspekte des Designs.
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