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Book Pages: 580 - Publish Date: 1971 - Publisher: The MIT Press
Description: A discussion of the various attitudes towards animals in art and literature, from prehistoric cave art to the later Middle Ages.
Book Pages: 299 - Publish Date: 1988 - Publisher: University of Washington Press
Description: Winner of the George Wittenborn Award
Book Pages: 288 - Publish Date: 2011-05-31 - Publisher: Harper Collins
Description: This first-ever book of its kind, Designing for the Greater Good, features hundreds of illustrated examples of the best nonprofit and cause-related design worldwide, plus 24 inspiring case studies and insights into great nonprofit branding campaigns. A comprehensive resource for designers, creative professionals, marketers, corporate communications departments and nonprofit leaders, this book show...
Author(s): Mervyn Romans
Book Pages: 243 - Publish Date: 2005 - Publisher: Intellect Books
Description: This Collection of fourteen essays by eleven different authors demonstrates the increasing breadth of enquiry that has taken place in art and design education history over the past two decades, and the expanding range of research models applied to the subject. The essays are grouped into six sections that propose the emergence of genres of research in the field - Drawing from examples, Motives and...
Author(s): Rudolf Koch
Book Pages: 104 - Publish Date: 2013-12-31 - Publisher: Courier Corporation
Description: Famed German type designer renders 493 classified and documented illustrations divided into 14 categories, including general signs, Christian signs, astronomical signs, the four elements, house and holding marks, runes, and more.
Author(s): Patrick W. Jordan
Book Pages: 224 - Publish Date: 2003-09-02 - Publisher: CRC Press
Description: Human factors considerations are increasingly being incorporated into the product design process. Users are seen more as being important factors in the overall look and usability of products than just as passive users. We are now treated as cognitive and physical components of the person/product system. The author, who is one of the leading lights in the field of cognitive ergonomics, looks at app...
Book Pages: 240 - Publish Date: 2011-10-01 - Publisher: Rockport Pub
Description: Within every picture is a hidden language that conveys a message, whether it is intended or not. This language is based on the ways people perceive and process visual information. By understanding visual language as the interface between a graphic and a viewer, designers and illustrators can learn to inform with accuracy and power. In a time of unprecedented competition for audience attention and ...
Book Pages: 248 - Publish Date: 2007-11-26 - Publisher: CRC Press
Description: Written by two certified human factors/ergonomics professionals and a criminalist and firearms expert, all of whom have testified as expert witnesses, Human Factors in Handgun Safety and Forensics draws on their formidable collective knowledge and professional experience to present the first scientifically based volume in the field. This seminal work identifies numerous human factors in handgun de...
Book Pages: 273 - Publish Date: 2012-08-29 - Publisher: SUNY Press
Description: Essays on the politics of everyday style.
Book Pages: 224 - Publish Date: 2013-09-11 - Publisher: Vintage
Description: A candid and indispensable primer on all aspects of advertising from the man Time has called "the most sought after wizard in the business." Told with brutal candor and prodigal generosity, David Ogilvy reveals: • How to get a job in advertising • How to choose an agency for your product • The secrets behind advertising that works • How to write successful copy—and get people to read it • Eighteen miracles of research • What advertising can do for charities And much, much more.