Acknowledgements Introduction 1. Messages 2. Process 3. Packages 4. Space 5. Social Design 6. Teaching Graphic Design at a Human Scale Bibliography Index
A practical guide to sustainable design, integrating ethical concerns with professional practice worldwide.
Peter Claver Fine is an Assistant Professor of Art and Graphic Design at the University of Wyoming, USA.
The design of this book is striking ... Case studies/activities provide students with good project examples to follow and present some interesting ideas for educators to adopt. Drawn from educators from across the globe, these cover a good range and they consider the central issues explored in each chapter. * Art, Design & Communication in Higher Education * This powerful book reawakens the social and ecological purpose of graphic design; reinvigorating the lost critique of graphic design as a radical and sophisticated tool for transformation. * Jonathan Chapman, Professor of Sustainable Design, University of Brighton * Fine's book is reminiscent of the thoughtful and historically important writings of Victor Papanek and Herbert Simon, but additionally infused with modern technology and lessons learned since Design for the Real World. Fine's insights and case studies are vital for the graphic design educator and student hopeful to positively impact the future. * Eric Benson, Associate Professor of Graphic Design, University of Illinois *