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However, few designers have all the resources they need at their fingertips. Those who work independently, or in small studio environments, often find themselves wasting time searching the Web or seeking out other sources for the infor- mation they need. Others in large studio or agency environments may have access to a vast library of resources but find themselves spending just as much time looking through volumes of materials before they find the information they need. The Graphic Design Reference and Specification Book is a compilation of essential informationa reference manual that provides designers with infor- mation they need on a daily basis, from consulting a library of type samples, to identifying a specific font, to checking the style and dimensions of a spe- cific type of envelope, to under-standing when it is appropriate to abbreviate a state or country name in the acceptable format. Theres even a bibliography at the end of the book to help, if additional information is needed. The Graphic Design Reference and Specification Book was created to answer the questions that designers ask most often and to deliver this information in a concise, understandable, and easy-to-access way. No frills, no excessjust bottom-line information to help you produce your projects.
With an OverDrive account, you can save your favorite libraries for at-a-glance information about availability. Find out more about OverDrive accounts. Dan Cuffaro. Rockport Publishers. It's a reference you'll turn to over and over again to efficiently create designs that work, last, and minimize unnecessary risk. To make designs that work and endure and are also legal , designers need to know—or be able to find—an endless number of details. Whether it's what kind of glue needs to be used on a certain surface, metric equivalents, thread sizes, or how to apply for a patent, these details are essential and must be readily available so designers can create successful products efficiently.
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Julia McMorrough has been the design architect for a wide range of project types, including hospitals, libraries, university buildings, and schools for firms in Boston, Kansas City, and New York City. She lives in Columbus, OH. See how to qualify.
Sign in. When it comes to inspiration and learning, graphic designers are constantly spoilt for choice. There is a wealth of literature at our fingertips, all waiting to be devoured and enjoyed, so we can improve and refine our graphic design skills. These excellent books are library favourites at our six campuses around the world where Shillington students actively research and reference for their studies and design briefs. From industry classics to the latest must-have titles, these should be on your own reading list. A major presence in contemporary German graphic design, Andreas Uebele trained as an architect, a thread that continues to present itself in much of his work. From the graphics of the Reichstag to the iconic signage of the Vitra campus, his experiments lead to dynamic solutions, while simultaneously maintaining lightness and clarity.
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