This is the paperback version of the first title in our exciting and highly visual approach to the conventional graphic design handbook, defining graphic design in its broadest terms.
The book deals with the vital issue of revisiting a contemporary definition of graphic design, and defines the breadth and scope of activity and the potential opportunities posed to a variety of readers.
This title really addresses the issues regarding graphic design today and aims to become essential reading not just for students and aspiring designers, but also for professionals.
About the Author
Quentin Newark is both a designer and a writer.In 1990 he co-founded the Atelier Works design group in London, whose clients include Volkswagen UK and the Labour Party. He previously worked at Pentagram.He contributes regularly to Design Week and Creative Review and writes for many other international publications, including Print and Domus. He has taught and lectured on many design courses and has advised the UK's Teacher Training Agency on design within the National Curriculum.