VISCOMM has been developed by experienced and knowledgeable teachers who understand what works in the Visual Communication Design classroom, to offer a complete and flexible resource package for the new study design. Contemporary design practise and trends are showcased along with examples of student work and both local and global designers to demonstrate current skills, methods and techniques at a variety of levels. Step-by-step visual guides and instructional diagrams cater for visual learners and help students understand and apply design elements and principles. Assessment tasks include a wide variety of individual, group work and extended tasks. These tasks can be matched to the outcomes of the study design, cater to different learning styles and provide opportunities to build up assessable folios. A strong focus on historical and contemporary typographic practice ensures a comprehensive coverage of the new study design. Many chapters rely on minimal prior knowledge, allowing for a flexible course structure that suits the needs and interests of teachers and students. If you order this product you will receive the following components: Print Textbook: delivered in full colour print. PDF Textbook: a downloadable PDF version of the student text that enables students to take notes and bookmark pages. The PDF textbook can be used in class or as a reference at home. To access the PDF textbook, simply register for a Cambridge GO account and enter the 16 character access code found in the front inside cover of your textbook.for a 32-page book with both text and illustrations, and as the project developed, I had other ideas, mostly about the ... for characters, page layouts and so on; for example, thumbnail sketches in visual diaries, dummy books and storyboards. ... As those accumulated, I progressed to creating a dummy book: cutting images out and sticking them into a blank book. ... The Arrival as the book evolved: the first one a rough scrapbook, the third one simply a sheaf of A4 pages clipped together, anbsp;...
|Author||:||Jacinta Patterson, Joanne Saville|
|Publisher||:||Cambridge University Press - 2012-10-26|