The graphic design industry is expansive and voluminous in its history. It is a loosely categorized creative process that undertakes to convey a specific message to a targeted audience utilizing visual communication and presentation. Wrapping your arms around the history and breadth of the graphic design industry would be an intimidating proposal, that is until now. Studio 3, an Oslo based student-driven design agency has created A History of Graphic Design for Rainy Days which offers a comprehensive treatment... CONTINUE READING
Graphic Essentials for Small Offices by David Loeff is a great read for business owners and graphic designers who are looking for an easy-to-read guide that walks them through a general approach towards creating page layouts and other types of printed material. This publication, which is available in print and as an eBook, covers several aspects of the graphic arts industry so that readers see such can quickly familiarize themselves with the essentials needed to tackle just about any... CONTINUE READING
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