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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
📒The Non Designer S Web Book ✍ Robin Williams
✏The Non designer s Web Book Book Summary : The top-selling Web design guide returns - completely updated to address the most current browsers, software, and standards!
📒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.
📒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.
📒Self Publishing Textbooks And Instructional Materials ✍ Franklin H. Silverman
✏Self publishing Textbooks and Instructional Materials Book Summary : A practical guide to successful--and respectable--self publishing. For academic authors, college instructors, education writers, and curriculum developers. By Franklin H. Silverman, a college professor and author of 14 books in his field and on academic authoring. With a Foreword by Dan Poynter of ParaPublishing, foremost authority on self-publishing and author of The Self-Publishing Manual, 14th edition. Other forewords by Ronald Pynn, Executive Director of the Text and Academic Authors Association, and John Vivian, textbook author and President of the Society of Academic Authors.
📒A Blip In The Continuum ✍ Robin Williams
✏A Blip in the Continuum Book Summary : Graphic designers, illustratos and computer users of every level will feast on this eye-popping tour of design's cutting edge. This book celebrates radical typography, a style creating dramatic controversy among designers and artists. It's the old guard vs. the "grunge" typographers, readability vs. a whole look and feel that exudes energy and breaks the rules.
📒Designing Web Navigation ✍ James Kalbach
✏Designing Web Navigation Book Summary : Thoroughly rewritten for today's web environment, this bestselling book offers a fresh look at a fundamental topic of web site development: navigation design. Amid all the changes to the Web in the past decade, and all the hype about Web 2.0 and various "rich" interactive technologies, the basic problems of creating a good web navigation system remain. Designing Web Navigation demonstrates that good navigation is not about technology-it's about the ways people find information, and how you guide them. Ideal for beginning to intermediate web designers, managers, other non-designers, and web development pros looking for another perspective, Designing Web Navigation offers basic design principles, development techniques and practical advice, with real-world examples and essential concepts seamlessly folded in. How does your web site serve your business objectives? How does it meet a user's needs? You'll learn that navigation design touches most other aspects of web site development. This book: Provides the foundations of web navigation and offers a framework for navigation design Paints a broad picture of web navigation and basic human information behavior Demonstrates how navigation reflects brand and affects site credibility Helps you understand the problem you're trying to solve before you set out to design Thoroughly reviews the mechanisms and different types of navigation Explores "information scent" and "information shape" Explains "persuasive" architecture and other design concepts Covers special contexts, such as navigation design for web applications Includes an entire chapter on tagging While Designing Web Navigation focuses on creating navigation systems for large, information-rich sites serving a business purpose, the principles and techniques in the book also apply to small sites. Well researched and cited, this book serves as an excellent reference on the topic, as well as a superb teaching guide. Each chapter ends with suggested reading and a set of questions that offer exercises for experiencing the concepts in action.
📒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.
📒Computer Confluence ✍ George Beekman
✏Computer Confluence Book Summary : Disc provides multimedia presentations that explain computer concepts and explore the promises and problems of information technology, how it affects people and society, and possible future scenarios.
📒Creating Learning Centered Courses For The World Wide Web ✍ William B. Sanders
✏Creating Learning centered Courses for the World Wide Web Book Summary : This book shows faculty and students how to integrate good practices in learning, design, and web page technology. Using the web, an educator can provide an active and interesting environment for his or her students to incorporate as part of a traditional classroom, as a supplement to the classroom, or in a distance learning course. The book begins with good practices in teaching and learning. Then it looks for design elements that can be applied to the web and pulls together the practice, design, and web technology. It provides examples of active learning, cohort learning, problem solving, and communication of complex information on the web. For those interested in creating effective web-based learning in class or through distance learning.