The Non-Designer's Design Book
by Robin Williams
follow the basic principles in this book, I guarantee that your work
will look more professional, organized, unified, and interesting.
And you will feel empowered!Ē ~
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Producing a newsletter
can be a journey into unfamiliar territory for most people. It can seem
like a daunting task to get out a professional, good looking publication.
But all it takes really is just a little help. For anyone who wants to
learn the basic principles of design, this book has it all! It will open
up your eyes to basic good design and will show you how easy it can be to
design documents, ads, publications, and newsletters that look great.
Most of us have looked at
a printed page and known right away whether the design works or not.
Recreating something that works is another story. In this book, Robin
Williams discusses the benefits of proximity, repetition, and contrast, as
well as proper approaches to alignment. These can sometimes seem
like little details, but they can make all the difference when designing a
great looking publication. And although these concepts sound complicated,
Ms. Williams breaks them down into easy to understand ideas and
Many design books are
complicated and donít address the needs of a novice publication
designer. This book is easy to read, includes lots of examples, and even
has small quizzes to test your progress. And as a bonus, Ms. Williams even
discusses type and how to use it effectively. Youíll be hard pressed to
find discussions as easy to follow in any other design book.
This will be the book you
return to time and time again. In fact, it could be the only book youíll
ever need. But donít be surprised if it whets your appetite for more
information about design and how to produce great looking publications!
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