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The right way to create the best graphic design Packed with practical advice but presented in a light hearted fashion Graphic Design Rules is the perfect book for the ever growing group of non designers who want some graphic design guidance I have skimmed through the whole book and plan on going through again with a fine tooth comb soon I hope this isn t premature but I m calling this my Graphic Design Bible as I get deeper into the world of Graphic Design I don t know how it holds up for seasoned graphic designers perhaps it s all basics to them But I did Illustration at university and it s all new to me Some things are obvious than others but the precious esoteric tidbits like not letting a line end with the words it or is for example are like rare jewels to me and I find it all terribly interesting and helpful Imagimorphia right way to create the best graphic design Packed with practical advice but presented in a light hearted fashion Graphic Design Rules is the perfect book for the ever growing group of non designers who want some graphic design guidance I have skimmed through the whole book and plan on going through again with a fine tooth comb soon I hope this isn t premature but I m calling this my Graphic Design Bible as I get deeper into the world of Graphic Design I don t know how it holds up for seasoned graphic designers perhaps it s all basics to them But I did Illustration at university and it s all new to me Some things are obvious than others but the precious esoteric tidbits like not letting a line end with the words it or is for example are like The Book of Beginnings rare jewels to me and I find it all terribly interesting and helpful

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Graphic Design Rules

Ask any graphic designer the world over about their preferred approach to setting type choosing a colour or beginning a new layout and you will rarely get exactly the same answer twice Every creative has their own individual approach or imp The book might be too obvious for those who have been active in design field for many years but it is nicely written and very useful for those who are still in the beginning I personally found some very useful information in the last chapter some piece of advice on how to organise my everyday life to run things smoother and to have straight backbone Mostly a recognition that others have exactly the same issues and how to solve these situations Lila and Alex short story. X-Rated. rarely get exactly the same answer twice Every creative has their own individual approach or imp The book might be too obvious for those who have been active in design field for many years but it is nicely written and very useful for those who are still in the beginning I personally found some very useful information in the last chapter some piece of advice on how to organise my everyday life to Burning Attraction run things smoother and to have straight backbone Mostly a The Numbers Game recognition that others have exactly the same issues and how to solve these situations

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Ortantly their own combinations of the thousands of techniues one can apply when planning a new design project But there are some dos and don'ts that always figure strongly in any heated debate about what one should or should not accept as I considered this book a must read as a graphic designer just starting out While I was at uni I realised that there were a lot of unspoken often untaught rules about layout and typography that I just needed know It made me insecure and afraid to make mistakes making me afraid to start a new project incase I did something stupid but reading this book has helped me let go of the fear of making rookie mistakes and has set me free to be a lot creative as a personIt s kind of like the Proverbs of Graphic DesignAs I read I realised that many of the rules in this book were no brainers to me and boosted my confidence and other rules I ended up treating as handy tips Thinking to myself huh who knew that was a thing that could helpBut the foreword from Stephen G Bucher was especially helpful to me in learning that as much as we in graphic design make each other feel like there are right answers and really WRONG answers and non of us really know them The fear of them will never make us happy or content with our work Our work will never evolve if we stick to the rules religiously with no real reason to but the fear of making mistakesIt is good to abide by the rules for the sake of visual language and communication but obsessing over pixels as important and satisfying as it may feel in the moment can be tedious at the best of time and must be let go of if we want to be really creativeIn Bucher s confident words You can look at this book as a guide to avoiding rookie mistakes or you can be an ordinary bastard like me and see it as a list of Oh yeah We ll see about that challengesI may be leaning to the Rookie Mistakes perspective on the book but I enjoy the possibility of seeing the challenges in it too The Alien Jigsaw read as a graphic designer just starting out While I was at uni I Towards a Comprehensive Theory of Human Learning realised that there were a lot of unspoken often untaught The Illusion of Gods Presence rules about layout and typography that I just needed know It made me insecure and afraid to make mistakes making me afraid to start a new project incase I did something stupid but Folk Tales From The Soviet Union reading this book has helped me let go of the fear of making Not The Hot Chick rookie mistakes and has set me free to be a lot creative as a personIt s kind of like the Proverbs of Graphic DesignAs I Pegged and Plugged at the Club read I Tunnel Through Time realised that many of the Game of Bimbofication, Part 3 rules in this book were no brainers to me and boosted my confidence and other Game of Bimbofication, Part 2 rules I ended up treating as handy tips Thinking to myself huh who knew that was a thing that could helpBut the foreword from Stephen G Bucher was especially helpful to me in learning that as much as we in graphic design make each other feel like there are Sermons Preached Upon Several Occasions, Vol. 1 of 5 right answers and The Fatima Century really WRONG answers and non of us Leah Starrs Revenge really know them The fear of them will never make us happy or content with our work Our work will never evolve if we stick to the Pieces 8 (Pieces, rules Time Flies and Other Short Plays religiously with no Fall (VIP Book 3) (English Edition) real Drawing Dead (Faolan OConnor Book 1) reason to but the fear of making mistakesIt is good to abide by the Trails & Tales of Yosemite & the Central Sierra rules for the sake of visual language and communication but obsessing over pixels as important and satisfying as it may feel in the moment can be tedious at the best of time and must be let go of if we want to be Chinas Son really creativeIn Bucher s confident words You can look at this book as a guide to avoiding Welcome to the Desert of the Real rookie mistakes or you can be an ordinary bastard like me and see it as a list of Oh yeah We ll see about that challengesI may be leaning to the Rookie Mistakes perspective on the book but I enjoy the possibility of seeing the challenges in it too


10 thoughts on “Graphic Design Rules

  1. says:

    I am a non designer so I wanted something to give me a broad overview of designing principles So if you want to use my review to decide if this book is for you remember that this is where I am coming from In general the book does provide some interesting basic principles in design However there were certain parts that w

  2. says:

    Just because you can doesn’t mean you should” is the kind of designer wisdom given past present and future Graphic Design Rules is full of essential knowledge and elaborations of this for junior level designer wannabes and specifically the self taught designer They may not know what the rules of type color or composition are and lean towards subjectivity in their own design POV Newbies often focus on looks or aesthetics over c

  3. says:

    The book might be too “obvious” for those who have been active in design field for many years but it is nicely written and very useful for those who are still in the beginning I personally found some very useful information in the last chapter some piece of advice on how to organise my everyday life to run things smoother and to have straight backbone Mostly a recognition that others have exactly the same issues and

  4. says:

    It is a good book to start from It gives you a full picture of basic rules of graphic design I really recommend it

  5. says:

    Good read for beginners ¼ is a manual for InDesign® though be warned

  6. says:

    I considered this book a must read as a graphic designer just starting out While I was at uni I realised that there were a lot of unspoken often untaught rules about layout and typography that I just needed know It made me insecure and afraid to make mistakes making me afraid to start a new project incase I did

  7. says:

    Useful rules written in a mostly funny and entertaining wayEgCommentary If you're looking for a new colourway for your latest project there are lots of very useful resources out there in print and online where thousands of differen

  8. says:

    I really thoroughly enjoyed this book and read it from cover to cover I am a beginner and hence many of the concept were novel to me and beg further research all the reason to return to the book when I am a bit wiser and nod my head

  9. says:

    I have skimmed through the whole book and plan on going through again with a fine tooth comb soon I hope this isn't premature but I'm calling this my Graphic Design Bible as I get deeper into the world of Graphic Design I don't know how it holds up for seasoned graphic designers perhaps it's all basics to them But I did Illustration

  10. says:

    Another guide to Graphic Design; my latest interest Useful to a beginner but overall definitely one for an actual designer rather than the innocent by stander I happen to be Lots of great ideas but many of them especially in the typog