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Design It Emotional - Emotions in Graphic Design and How to Spark Them

Design It Emotional - Emotions in Graphic Design and How to Spark Them

Author: Sara Caldas
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In this book, the author presents the perspectives of several authors and designers on how to achieve an emotional graphic design. Even though they are not absolute truths and there is no guarantee that if a designer follows those principles people will be emotional attached to the work, they will certainly bring them closer to that. Emotional design is a design that reflects on the crucial role emotions have in the human ability to understand the world, promising to enhance the quality of life of its audience. A successful emotion-driven design improves the relationship between the audience and the 'product', creating deep emotional bounds between the two. There are already many theories talking about emotional design in product design, industrial design, and even web design. But what about graphic design? This book aims to bring the graphic designer closer to delivering an emotion-driven design. Designers quoted: AUSTRALIA: Motherbird (Melbourne). BELGIUM: Teresa Sdralevich (Brussels). CANADA: Dejan Djuric-Leo Burnett (Toronto); Marian Bantjes (Bowen Island). FRANCE: Emmanuelle (Paris); Grapheine (Paris). GERMANY: Miki And Tilmann-The Simple Society (Berlin/Tokyo). IRELAND: Daniel Gray-Us Two (Dublin). ITALY: Benetton Press Dept. (Ponzano). JAPAN: Yuta Takahashi (Tokyo). PORTUGAL: Clara Vieira-Claan (Porto); Joao Machado (Porto); Nuno Coelho (Porto). SPAIN: Isidro Ferrer (Madrid); Javier Jaen (Barcelona); Juan Mingarro-Brosmind (Barcelona); Pau Garcia-Domestic Data Streamers (Barcelona); Rafa Soto-Herraizsoto (Barcelona); This Is Umami (Barcelona); Veronica Fuerte-Hey Studio (Barcelona). SWEDEN: Fredrik Ost-Snask (Stockholm). SWITZERLAND: Cornelia Nuenlist-Walker. THE NETHERLANDS: Kesselskramer (Amsterdam). UK: Camille Walala (London); Chineasy (London); Kirstie-Visual Editions (London); Luke Whittaker-State of Play (London); Jan Eumann-Wolffolins (London, New York, San Francisco). US: Aiga Get Out The Vote (New York); Brian Gartside (New York); Bridget Teixeira-The Phluid Project (New York); Candy Chang (New York); David Carson (New York); Dear Data (New York/ London); Matt Dorfman (New York); Adam J. Kurtz (New York); Milton Glaser Studio (New York); Erika Zorzi-Mathery Studio (New York); Gosbinda Vizarretea-Sagmeister & Walsh (New York).
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General Fields

  • : 9788417656027
  • : Hoaki Books SL
  • : Promopress
  • : October 2019
  • : October 2019
  • : books

Special Fields

  • : Sara Caldas
  • : Paperback
  • : 184