Graphic Design Cookbook: Mix & Match Recipes for Faster, Better Layouts

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Chronicle Books, Mar 1, 2001 - 142 pages
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With 100,000 copies sold, Graphic Design Cookbook is one of the most useful all-purpose resources for designers and anyone who wants to create a dynamic layout for magazines, newsletters, books, posters, and other media. Now released with a fresh new cover, its more than a thousand line drawings illustrate effective design devices, type treatments, spatial solutions, and pictorial presentations, allowing examination and comparison of various options in no time. The Graphic Design Cookbook can be opened to virtually any page for instant access to great ideas. As a catalyst for cooking up endless new design recipes, this classic goes on inspiring one generation of designers to the next.
  

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Review: Graphic Design Cookbook: Mix & Match Recipes for Faster, Better Layouts

User Review  - Christian Baloga - Goodreads

When all else failed, I've used this book to guide me through many tricky layouts situations. Read full review

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Contents

How то USE lHiS BOOK
14
Oiieniing an Page wiih Numbeia
66
lwo Column Regulai lexi Blacki
75
lexi Blacki inieiapeiaed wiih Oihei Elemeno
81
Beginning lexi Devicei
87
Radical iniiial Capi
93
Eiiabliihing Hieiaichy wiih Giay Tonei
102
Couponi Clipouo
110
Caialoging Syilemi
116
PICTORIAL CONSIDERATIONS
124
DESCRPпON OF lERMS
139
Copyright

About the author (2001)

Leonard Koren was the publisher and creative director of Wet magazine and is the author of New Fashion Japan and 283 Useful Ideas from Japan.

R. Wippo Meckler is an award-winning print designer who has designed magazines such as WET, Mademoiselle, PC Week, and MacUser. He is currently president of Re:Design, Inc., a web design/development agency in New York City.

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