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Review: How to be a Graphic Designer Without Losing Your SoulGebruikersrecensie - green-earth - Goodreads
This is a good book, but I found it didn't really answer the question of how not to lose your soul. A lot of great advice for graphic designers starting out - especially on preparing a portfolio, interviews and seeking out mentors. Volledige recensie lezen
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Review: How to be a Graphic Designer Without Losing Your SoulGebruikersrecensie - Fai Ahmed - Goodreads
A fantastic & perfect book for freelances and artists who wanna starting out, it''ll teach you things that Art school won't bother to teach you. Volledige recensie lezen
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Pagina 5 - Proficiency in requisite technologies, not to mention a slew of optional techniques, easily takes a year or more to master in a rudimentary way. Acquiring fluency in the design language(s), most notably type, is an ongoing process. Then there is instruction and practice in a variety of old and new media -print and web, editorial and advertising, static and motion, not to mention drawing and photography these take time to leam, no less to hone.
Pagina 5 - Theory is also a useful foundation if taught correctly, but it is often perfunctorily shoehomed into studio classes. How can a design student function without verbal expertise, let alone the ability to read and research? This must also be taught in an efficient manner that takes time. And then there is basic business acumen; every designer must understand fundamental business procedures, which are virtually ignored in the ultimate pursuit of the marketable portfolio.
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