Through visual demonstrations and concise commentary, The New Basics shows students and professionals how to build interest and complexity around simple relationships between formal elements of two-dimensional design such as point, line, plane, scale, hierarchy, layers, and transparency. The New Basics explains the key concepts of visual language that inform any work of designâfrom a logo or letterhead to a complex web site. It takes a fresh approach to design instruction by emphasizing visually intensive, form-based thinking in a manner that is in tune with the latest developments in contemporary media, theory, art, and technology. Colorful, compact, and clearly written, The New Basics is the new indispensable resource for anyone seeking a smart, inspiring introduction to graphic design and destined to become the standard reference work in design education.
About: Our bestselling introduction to graphic design is now available in a revised and updated edition In Graphic Design The New Basics bestselling author Ellen Lupton Thinking with Type Type on Screen and design educator Jennifer Cole Phillips explain the key concepts of visual language that inform any work of design from logo or letterhead to a complex website Through visual demonstrations and concise commentary students and professionals explore the formal elements of twodimensional design such as point line plane scale hierarchy layers and transparency This revised edition replaces sixty-four pages of the original publication with new content including new chapters on visualizing data typography modes of representation and Gestalt principles and adds sixteen pages of new student and professional work covering such topics as working with grids and designing with color
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