This imaginative book offers architecture students over a hundred examples of visual problem solving in architectural design.
Author: Brent C. Brolin
Publisher: W. W. Norton & Company
This imaginative book offers architecture students over a hundred examples of visual problem solving in architectural design. Photographs of actual buildings, paired with digitally manipulated images in 'before and after' comparisons, demonstrate the sorts of real-life situations that architectural design courses rarely teach students how to address, and show how designers can manipulate form and material to achieve desired effects: emphasizing or diminishing building elements, imposing visual order on a façade, or adding grace notes.
The styles are broken down into ten categories, which are: Gothic Organic School Wireframe Icon School Lo-fi Grunge School Paper Bag School Mondrian Poster School Pixelated Punk Rock School 1950's Hello Kitty School HTMinimaLism School ...
Author: Curt Cloninger
Publisher: Waite Group Press
In a light and friendly voice, the author introduces the reader to new ways of styling websites. With specific examples for each of ten categories, he provides a wealth of techniques for the designer who wishes to apply these approaches in their own work. The styles are broken down into ten categories, which are: Gothic Organic School Wireframe Icon School Lo-fi Grunge School Paper Bag School Mondrian Poster School Pixelated Punk Rock School 1950's Hello Kitty School HTMinimaLism School DraftingTable/Instruction Manual School Super Tiny SimCity School Further explorations in the book help designers determine which style choices would be most appropriate when changing the look of their own sites.
Illustrating the text are lush photographs of completed rooms, interspersed with Smyth's own vignettes and details, which add a unique visual layer to the presentation.
Author: Matthew Patrick Smyth
Publisher: Monacelli Press
A sumptuous presentation of impeccably designed classic interiors by Matthew Patrick Smyth. Matthew Patrick Smyth is renowned for elegant, sophisticated rooms that combine sumptuous fabrics, well-selected antiques, and contemporary comfort. In Through a Designer's Eye, he reveals his design process, emphasizing his commitment to exploring the world, through travel and in the imagination of the theater, and to recording scenes and vignettes in photographs. Through a Designer's Eye presents Smyth's recent work ranging from a traditional Park Avenue apartment and an edgy Tribeca loft in Manhattan to waterfront houses in Florida, New England, and Long Island that demonstrate his skills in responding to context and eliciting preferences of clients to create a unique environment for each. Nowhere is this better seen than in his own house in Salisbury, Connecticut, an unexpected 1970s prefabricated deck house now elegantly appointed with an eclectic mix of furniture, objects, and works of art he and his partner have collected over many years. Smyth's engaging, first-person narrative references formative experiences with theater and photography and focuses on five elements of interior design--appreciating of artisanal and handcrafted elements, understanding of history and context, evaluating light and seasonal change, weaving furnishings and art into a coherent mise-en-scene, creating an inviting atmosphere--that contribute to successful spaces. Illustrating the text are lush photographs of completed rooms, interspersed with Smyth's own vignettes and details, which add a unique visual layer to the presentation.
I loved her ideas on creating balance in an eye-appealing fashion. I found the layouts in this book to be just like Ali herself—inspirational and charming!
Author: Ali Edwards
Publisher: Primedia Scrapbooking
Get the tools for creating "design"er scrapbook layouts. Creating Keepsakes Scrapbook Hall of Famer and graphic artist Ali Edwards helps you apply basic design principles to your own personal style in A Designer's Eye for Scrapbooking. Ali helps bring all of your elements together to effectively communicate your scrapbooking vision.Learn to solve common scrapbooking dilemmas like how to create a balanced page, how to fix a page that doesn't "work" and more. Learn to use all your existing scrapbook supplies (cardstock, punches, ribbons, stamps and more) as design elements on your scrapbook pages—your DH will like that! Learn design principles that you can immediately test on your layouts.Learn to create stunning layouts that feature multiple photographs.Learn to create scrapbook pages that reflect your style and personality.
In her second book, Ali Edwards shares her designer secrets for how to choose and use patterned paper on your layouts.This book is organized into chapters by patterned paper type (circles, florals, text and geometric) for easy reference, ...
Author: Ali Edwards
Publisher: Enthusiast Media
Scrapbooking with patterned paper has never been easier! In her second book, Ali Edwards shares her designer secrets for how to choose and use patterned paper on your layouts.This book is organized into chapters by patterned paper type (circles, florals, text and geometric) for easy reference, and each layout includes a sketch to give you instant ideas on how to translate Ali's designer look to your scrapbook pages.In this book, you'll also learn how to: Embrace the fun of working with patterned paper (it's not so scary).Choose the patterned paper that best expresses the story you want to tell.Mix and match a variety of patterns to create totally cool and timeless layouts.Store and organize your paper for easy access.Create meaningful and well-designed pages with patterned paper scraps from your stash.Select page embellishments that work with, rather than overwhelming, your patterned paper.PLUS Get 8 exclusive patterned papers designed by Ali with this book!
Photo Essay: The Random Collections of Paul Rand
Author: J.P. Williams
Photo Essay: The Random Collections of Paul Rand
This is an invaluable resource to those who want to learn how eye tracking can be used to better understand and design for their users.
Author: Jennifer Romano Bergstrom
Eye Tracking for User Experience Design explores the many applications of eye tracking to better understand how users view and interact with technology. Ten leading experts in eye tracking discuss how they have taken advantage of this new technology to understand, design, and evaluate user experience. Real-world stories are included from these experts who have used eye tracking during the design and development of products ranging from information websites to immersive games. They also explore recent advances in the technology which tracks how users interact with mobile devices, large-screen displays and video game consoles. Methods for combining eye tracking with other research techniques for a more holistic understanding of the user experience are discussed. This is an invaluable resource to those who want to learn how eye tracking can be used to better understand and design for their users. Includes highly relevant examples and information for those who perform user research and design interactive experiences Written by numerous experts in user experience and eye tracking. Highly relevant to anyone interested in eye tracking & UX design Features contemporary eye tracking research emphasizing the latest uses of eye tracking technology in the user experience industry.
In The Graphic Eye, Stefan Bucher - himself a renowned designer - has assembled a stunning collection of personal photographs from an all-star lineup of the best and brightest designers working today.
Author: Stefan Bucher
Publisher: Chronicle Books Llc
"Detail-oriented and aesthetically demanding, graphic designers are avid collectors, intrepid travelers, and omnivores of popular culture. They have unique ways of looking at the world. In The Graphic Eye, Stefan Bucher - himself a renowned designer - has assembled a stunning collection of personal photographs from an all-star lineup of the best and brightest designers working today." "From micro details to monumental cityscapes. funny vignettes to found fashion, the images offer an intriguing sneak peek into the inner worlds of these visual creatives. Through the designers' inspirations and obsessions - found type, rare objects, organic colors, graphic shapes, manmade textures, quirky styles, funny juxtapositions, urban street scenes, and personal portraits - we share in their unique visual sense, their clarity of thought, and their enjoyment of the fleeting." "Interviews with participants - including Sean Adams, Bryony Gomez-Palacio, Jeri Heiden, Jakob Trollback, and Marian Bantjes - contextualize the images and highlight the importance of the camera to creative people of all stripes. The Graphic Eye is an inspirational reference for those engaged in graphic design and a window onto life's aesthetic possibilities for anyone visually minded." --Book Jacket.
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Author: Steven Heller
Publisher: Watson-Guptill Publications
Steven Heller and Karen Pomeroy create a mosaic of design stories that offer a series of valuable lessons in how design works and an engaging history of graphic design from the late nineteenth century to the present. Tracing the development of each work, Heller and Pomeroy explain its role in design history and how it relates to the cultural milieu from which it emerged.
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I think there is so much value in having another design eye on the show . The
designer can't be everywhere . When the designer couldn't get to the fittings , I did
fittings for her . I had to be the design eye . I'd bring pictures back , and maybe ...
Author: Holly Cole
Presents a guide to everything one needs to know to get started and work successfully in film costuming. This work covers such artistic matters as looking for work, the roles played by various members of the costume/wardrobe department, union membership and regulation, the on-set and off-set duties of all costume department members, and more.
Starting with the design eye position and relevant anthropometric data , this will
set the relative positions of windows , displays , controls and seat geometry .
These will also be limited by the overall size of the flight deck that will be
Author: Don Harris
Addressees all the human factors issues pertinent to the design of modern flight decks, from the design of the pilot's seats and workspace to the cognitive ergonomics of the flight management computer interface.
In the continued spinning of the eye- mindhand wheel through the representation
phase, graphic representations must be presented to the designers' eyeminds at
a pace which can keep up with their evaluation and continuing conception.
Author: William K. Lockard
Publisher: Crisp Pub Incorporated
Perception - Conception - Representation - Drawing's relationship to the design process.