Digital Color and Type

Digital Color and Type By Rob Carter
Publisher: Rotovision 2002 | 289 Pages | ISBN: 2880466881 | File type: PDF | 120 mb

Digital Color and Type explains how to work effectively on screen by mastering the fundamental principles of traditional typography: type and colour. The book opens with a through examination of the basics of type, colour and traditional typographic rules. It then explores how those rules can be broken to achieve new and innovative design. A wide variety of fully illustrated academic and professional case studies reveal the rationale behind the work profiled. This is a useful reference book that provides graphic designers with a fresh set of possibilities for screen work.

About the AuthRob Carter teaches typography and visual communication at Virginia Commonwealth University. His design work has been exhibited at the American Institute of Graphic Arts, New York Directors' Club, the Society of Typographic Arts and elsewhere. He is the author of American Typography Today, and co-author of Typographic Specimens: The Great Typefaces, and the classic Typographic Design: Form and Communication.

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