“Graphic Design and Information Graphics” by Marcus

  • ©Aaron Marcus

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Entry Number: 14

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    Graphic Design and Information Graphics

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    WHO SHOULD ATTEND?

    Researchers, programmers, and managers in all fields of computer graphics. The course is intended for people without a graphic design background.

    ABSTRACT

    This seminar introduces the concepts and principles of information-oriented graphic design (typography, symbols, color, spatial composition and temporal sequencing) and applies them to the Three Faces of computers. Outer-faces are end products of data processing: texts, tables, forms, charts, maps, and diagrams. Inter-faces are pages and screens of command-control and documentation for the user. Inner-faces are frames of program visualization and software documentation for the builder and maintainer of systems. Extensively illustrated slide lectures will explain how graphic design can improve effective visual communication.


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    Maxine Brown

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    In the collection of Maxine Brown

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