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📒The Non Designer S Design Book ✍ Robin Williams
✏The Non Designer s Design Book Book Summary : For nearly 20 years, designers and non-designers alike have been introduced to the fundamental principles of great design by author Robin Williams. Through her straightforward and light-hearted style, Robin has taught hundreds of thousands of people how to make their designs look professional using four surprisingly simple principles. Now in its fourth edition, The Non-Designer’s Design Book offers even more practical design advice, including a new chapter on the fundamentals of typography, more quizzes and exercises to train your Designer Eye, updated projects for you to try, and new visual and typographic examples to inspire your creativity. Whether you’re a Mac user or a Windows user, a type novice, or an aspiring graphic designer, you will find the instruction and inspiration to approach any design project with confidence. THIS ESSENTIAL GUIDE TO DESIGN WILL TEACH YOU The four principles of design that underlie every design project How to design with color How to design with type How to combine typefaces for maximum effect How to see and think like a professional designer Specific tips on designing newsletters, brochures, flyers, and other projects
📒How To Boss Your Fonts Around ✍ Robin Williams
✏How to Boss Your Fonts Around Book Summary : The key to taking control of your fonts--in a revised and updated edition. This book is about font technology, not about type design or the aesthetics of design. It is about controlling the technology of working with fonts--a troubleshooting guide covering multiple fonts, service bureaus, font management tools and utilities, and more.
📒Streamlined Id ✍ Miriam B. Larson
✏Streamlined ID Book Summary : Streamlined ID presents a focused and generalizable approach to instructional design and development—one that addresses the needs of ID novices as well as practitioners in a variety of career environments. Highlighting essentials and "big ideas," this guide advocates a streamlined approach to instructional design: producing instruction that is sustainable, optimized, appropriately redundant, and targeted at continuous improvement. The book’s enhanced version of the classic ADDIE model (Analysis, Design, Development, Implementation, and Evaluation) emphasizes the iterative nature of design and the role of evaluation throughout the design/development process. It clearly lays out a systematic approach that emphasizes the use of research-based theories, while acknowledging the need to customize the process to accommodate a variety of pedagogical approaches. This thoroughly revised second edition reflects recent advances and changes in the field, adds three new chapters, updates reference charts, job aids, and tips to support practitioners working in a variety of career environments, and speaks more clearly than ever to ID novices and graduate students.
📒The Non Designers Design Book ✍ Robin Williams
✏The Non designers Design Book Book Summary : Defines page layout and design principles and explains how to use space, color, and type to create dynamic-looking documents and Web pages.
📒Designing Interfaces ✍ Jenifer Tidwell
✏Designing Interfaces Book Summary : Designing a good interface isn't easy. Users demand software that is well-behaved, good-looking, and easy to use. Your clients or managers demand originality and a short time to market. Your UI technology -- web applications, desktop software, even mobile devices -- may give you the tools you need, but little guidance on how to use them well. UI designers over the years have refined the art of interface design, evolving many best practices and reusable ideas. If you learn these, and understand why the best user interfaces work so well, you too can design engaging and usable interfaces with less guesswork and more confidence. Designing Interfaces captures those best practices as design patterns -- solutions to common design problems, tailored to the situation at hand. Each pattern contains practical advice that you can put to use immediately, plus a variety of examples illustrated in full color. You'll get recommendations, design alternatives, and warningson when not to use them. Each chapter's introduction describes key design concepts that are often misunderstood, such as affordances, visual hierarchy, navigational distance, and the use of color. These give you a deeper understanding of why the patterns work, and how to apply them with more insight. A book can't design an interface for you -- no foolproof design process is given here -- but Designing Interfaces does give you concrete ideas that you can mix and recombine as you see fit. Experienced designers can use it as a sourcebook of ideas. Novice designers will find a roadmap to the world of interface and interaction design, with enough guidance to start using these patterns immediately.
📒Engaging Design Creating Libraries For Modern Users ✍ Emy Nelson Decker
✏Engaging Design Creating Libraries for Modern Users Book Summary : This book demonstrates how aesthetics, design elements, and visual literacy can be implemented in the library to enhance spaces, programs, services, instruction, and outreach so that your library will appeal to all users. • Clearly explains how to recognize, understand, and interpret basic design techniques • Teaches librarians how to attract and target their efforts towards specific groups of library users • Outlines principles of good design in instruction programs, space planning and design tasks, outreach initiatives, and other library programs and activities • Offers easy-to-follow steps to good design for wayfinding, instruction, and library usage
📒Technology Application Competencies For K 12 Teachers ✍ Chen, Irene
✏Technology Application Competencies for K 12 Teachers Book Summary : "This book is designed to strengthen understanding of the critical information in the framework for technology application competencies for K-12 teachers"--Provided by publisher.
📒Elements Of Visual Design In The Landscape ✍ Simon Bell
✏Elements of Visual Design in the Landscape Book Summary : Public concern about the landscape, in particular its appearance, is increasing all the time. For those charged with managing, developing or conserving a wide range of landscapes it is a major task to take visual aspects into account. Elements of Visual Design in the Landsacpe presents a vocabulary of visual design, structured in a logical and easy to follow sequence. It is profusely illustrated using both abstract and real examples taken from a wide range of international locations together with cross referencing between related principles and case studies demonstrating how the principles can be applied in practice. The visual aspects of design have often been treated as 'cosmetic' and therefore not meriting attention or purely subjective and therefore open to personal preference. Few attempts have been made to explain how we see the landscape in any rational and structured way, and to demonstrate how visually creative design and management can be undertaken. This book aims to fill that gap.
📒The Non Designer S Web Book ✍ Robin Williams
✏The Non designer s Web Book Book Summary : Demonstrates Web design basics and offers advice on navigation, interfaces, graphic file format, image preparation, and animation, while explaining how to test, upload, register, and promote effective Web sites.
📒The Non Designer S Scan And Print Book ✍ Sandee Cohen
✏The Non designer s Scan and Print Book Book Summary : It's the newest addition to the bestselling Non-Designer's series which includes secrets of creating professional-looking scanned and printed documents using digital images in a cross-platform approach that works equally well for Macintosh and Windows users.