This manual offers design educators and creative professionals across all disciplines a tool-kit for teaching design in a digital environment. More than 50 e-design experts discuss everything educators and students need to know on the road from graphic design to e-design education: how to incorporate digital technology and programming requirements into the schedule; designing information for on-line use; shaping the interactive user experience; getting familiar with the digital work culture; and designing animation. The book is organized in eight sections and includes a diverse selection of 14 syllabi covering basic needs such as courses on Web design, digital imaging and visual communications to more specialized areas of study such as game design and motion graphics.
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Author Biography - Steven Heller
Steven Heller is the art director of the New York Times Book Review and co-chair of the master of fine arts design program at the School of Visual Arts. He is author or editor of more than seventy books on graphic design, including The Education of a Graphic Designer, The Education of an Illustrator, Graphic Design Time Line, Graphic Design History, Design Connoisseur, Sex Appeal, The Swastika, Design Dialogues, Design Literacy, Design Literacy (continued), Design Culture, Looking Closer 3, Looking Closer 2, and Looking Closer, all published by Allworth Press. He lives in New York City.