The task of the designer is to systematically interpret the audience's association with the information to be conveyed, and then translate those associations into visual designs using design principles and tools.
Visual Communication in Digital Design is a guide and a resource for those who wish to learn the art of visual communication and incorporate this art into both graphic and digital design. This book provides an introduction to the creative process of design, as well as the visual perception that any design may convey to its audience. Through developing an understanding of design as a visual language, based on fundamental principles and elements, readers will learn to approach visual design in a manner that will allow them to be fluent in the language of visual communication.
In this book, readers can learn to:
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Ji Yong Park (known as the Doctor of Design) is a lecturer of Web Design and Interactive Media at the Queensland University of Technology in Australia. He has taught visual communication and digital design at the university level for over six years. His research interests are in the development of training methodology for designers and design students, concentrating in interactive learning design and web site evaluation methodology for end-users.
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