Designer. Writer. Educator. Helen Armstrong views design from across the spectrum of a practicing designer, a college professor and a published author. She is an assistant professor of graphic design at Miami University, design director of the Miami xD MFA program, and affiliate faculty of the Armstrong Institute of Interactive Media Studies. In addition to teaching, Armstrong works as principal and creative director of her company, Strong Design. She also serves on the editorial advisory board for the journal Design and Culture and is currently chair of the AIGA Design Educators Community. Her first book, Graphic Design Theory: Readings from the Field, came out in 2009, followed by Participate: Designing with User-Generated Content, (2011), co-authored with Zvezdana Stojmirovic.
...this survey text provides an ample foundation on which to get
one's footing and it would be equally useful on the reference shelf
and in the classroom. - Creative Applications
Whether you were present at the birth of computer design or have never been without electronics in your creative life, this chronicle is an excellent resource for you to delve into the ideas and achievements of digital design. -Communication Arts