Novos Fundamentos do Design
Ellen Lupton Jennifer Cole Philips
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Feb 20, 2020 - 18:23 PM By Ellen Lupton Jennifer Cole Philips

Ellen Lupton, autora de Pensar com tipos, e Jennifer Cole Philips revisitam neste livro o b a b do design, enfocando temas como ponto, linha, plano, ritmo, equil brio, modularidade, tempo e movimento, luz das mudan as tecnol gicas e da sociedade global Neste guia conciso e visualmente inspirador, as autoras partem de trabalhos de estudantes e exemplos chave da pr ticaEllen Lupton, autora de Pensar com tipos, e Jennifer Cole Philips revisitam neste livro o b a b do design, enfocando temas como ponto, linha, plano, ritmo, equil brio, modularidade, tempo e movimento, luz das mudan as tecnol gicas e da sociedade global Neste guia conciso e visualmente inspirador, as autoras partem de trabalhos de estudantes e exemplos chave da pr tica profissional contempor nea que v o desde a cria o de marcas, impressos e sinaliza es elabora o de sites e ao design em movimento, para mostrar a import ncia do equil brio entre habilidade t cnica e pensamento visual cr tico.
  • Title: Novos Fundamentos do Design
  • Author: Ellen Lupton Jennifer Cole Philips
  • ISBN: 9788540509702
  • Page: 203
  • Format: Paperback

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Eli Feb 20, 2020 - 18:23 PM
I really like what this book is trying to do - move away from derivative artwork and into the raw components of composition. But I don't think it does it all that well. There were some really good chapters - great overview of colors, for instance. But other areas seemed less well thought out. I was also a little confused by the images they chose. Many were decent, but they were virtually all student art from the class that the author's teach. I'd be interested in a more diverse set of examples.
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Manuel Frias Feb 20, 2020 - 18:23 PM
Disappointed. I was expecting an explanation of the (new) basics for graphic design. Instead, I found a rather superficial description of some principles. There are a lot of examples that can be inspiring though. And the design of the book is superb.
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Princeton Architectural Feb 20, 2020 - 18:23 PM
How do designers get ideas? Many spend their time searching for clever combinations of forms, fonts, and colors inside the design annuals and monographs of other designers' work. For those looking to challenge the cut-and-paste mentality there are few resources that are both informative and inspirational. In Graphic Design: The New Basics, Ellen Lupton, best-selling author of such books as Thinking with Type and Design It Yourself, and design educator Jennifer Cole Phillips refocus design instru [...]
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Deanna Schetselaar Feb 20, 2020 - 18:23 PM
I think that if someday I become a designer of any merit, I will point back to my dog-eared copy of this book as my beginning into design. I am newer to this area, but I thought the ideas were explained beautifully and with precision.
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Mohammad Shaker Feb 20, 2020 - 18:23 PM
Although it comes up with nothing new, it's a very good book on Graphic Design. Enjoy reading it.
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Guilherme Gontijo Feb 20, 2020 - 18:23 PM
Curiously, this seemed deeper in the very beginning.
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Alex Feb 20, 2020 - 18:23 PM
As others have already stated, this book does what it promises except for the "new" part. The work covers all the basic concepts of graphic design with superb examples, it is super wase to understand if you're not that very familiar with the topic. Everything is laid out clearly and I think anyone would find it hard not to "get" the different chapters.The language and terminology is quite simple, building on the previous topic and gradually augmenting the complexity without being obscure or over [...]
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Leo Walsh Feb 20, 2020 - 18:23 PM
A serviceable introduction to graphic design. Unfortunately, I think this is a discipline better learned by doing, so this is a textbook for a formal class, not geared to someone like me who just wants to design a personal website so it looks nice. Still, it breaks graphic design into chunks. And while I found most of the book ho-hum, the book on gestalt fascinated me. Albeit, since this is a sourcebook for an intro to graphic design class and not a book on perception, Lupton stopped before it g [...]
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Morten Greve Feb 20, 2020 - 18:23 PM
Bought the book in the hope that it would offer useful guidance for presentation design. At first I was rather disappointed - lots of not very interesting examples from the authors' students and not the kind of hands-on guidance and advice I was looking for (and that the title seemed to promise). On closer consideration, I did actually find a lot to like in it. Excellent chapters on colour use, use of grids, use of patterns, for example.Quite useful as a supplement and source of inspiration and [...]
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Alex Elko Feb 20, 2020 - 18:23 PM
I found this book more of an inspiration to get involved with art and design rather than the theoretical basics. Lots of things presented in the book seemed to be pretty obvious. Unfortunately, since I was looking more into learning the theory of graphic design, I would say it was a waste of time.wd
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Gary Feb 20, 2020 - 18:23 PM
This is the perfect mix of content and style that I’ve been looking for as an Intro to Graphic Design textbook. I’ve adopted it in my intro course. This is the first semester I’ve used it and it has gone really well.
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João Andrade Feb 20, 2020 - 18:23 PM
Básico e poético demais. Esperava algo mais pragmático e útil.
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Lauren Feb 20, 2020 - 18:23 PM
Had to use this book as my textbook for a class I took this semester. Clearly examined easily and was a good read.
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John Nelson Feb 20, 2020 - 18:23 PM
Having been a designer for both print and web for over 20 years, you would think I read and study all the lore and literature around. But no, I intuitively jumped the industry, armed with nothing but the attitude as "how hard can it be?" I've been illustrating most my life and had a short term stint as a professional illustrator and animator before the web encroached it's mightyuhweb in my life. I hardly new Photoshop at the time, but the notion of "moving things around until the looked nice" se [...]
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Elizabeth Feb 20, 2020 - 18:23 PM
Excellent book for a beginning graphic designer or a teacher looking to plan a basic design course.
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Tammy Feb 20, 2020 - 18:23 PM
The book is an overview of design principles. I enjoyed the thought-provoking student examples; would have liked more insight into what principles the artists effectively utilized in each design - a thorough discussion of why it works, etc. I didn't really get why so many computer generated designs were included because that seems like a tangent. There was an odd thing about the book - there was no conclusion, no summary to bring it all together. So I'm still searching for a good core book on gr [...]
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Kelsey Feb 20, 2020 - 18:23 PM
While there were some interesting concepts presented here, I did not enjoy the writing style at all. As someone just getting started in graphic design, I thought I would be the main audience for this book, but the writing was just so boring I found myself questioning my own interest. Each chapter presents a basic design principle, such as color, texture, framing, layers, etc. Chapters begin with a couple of introductory paragraphs and then move right into examples. Most of the examples seemed to [...]
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Joséphine (Word Revel) Feb 20, 2020 - 18:23 PM
Not exactly the "new basics" I expected out of the book, given the title. This book offers more of primer for graphic design principles. Relevant selection of images to illustrate the points made, although they mostly were of student projects. Would've been great if some professional examples had been included as well.For me the book offered a quick refresher of things I learnt in a Publication Design module I took in uni. Some sections were slightly more detailed than what I had learned but oth [...]
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Roberto Feb 20, 2020 - 18:23 PM
Well designed and illustrated, the introduction does mention the fact that most work examples come from students and some working professionals. Graphic Design: The New Basics offers nothing new, revolutionary, or impressively insightful, but a condensed prime of graphic design principles, however; there’s not a clear example in practice or reasoning behind the design. This book was, clearly, written for the novice and those interested in the author’s work. I would recommend it to those seek [...]
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Tom Feb 20, 2020 - 18:23 PM
Graphic Design The New Basics by Ellen Lupton and Jennifer Cole Phillips is an effective introduction to the essential elements of graphic design. Each chapter is dedicated to one of these elements, such as rhythm and balance, color, scale, hierarchy, and the like. Their explanations are easy to understand but the strength of the book lies in the numerous examples they provide. Explaining the concepts is one thing but having vivid and various examples certainly reinforces the ideas.
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Ainsley Feb 20, 2020 - 18:23 PM
2017: re-reading an updated version as I prepare to teach an Intro to Graphic Design class. Very helpful as an educator to break down the basics and see ideas for exercises. 2009: Borrowed from Lauren, features a lot of work from students at MICA (including my buddy Ellen Kling). Fun to browse for a graphic design fan.
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Jennifer Feb 20, 2020 - 18:23 PM
The projects are stunning, and one would expect that coming from all MICA students. The text itself, needs help. I find the writing choppy and hard to comprehend. I think the project ideas are glorious, but was somewhat annoyed at the typical elitist tone in the book (again, one would expect). I wish this was better written from the standpoint of a beginning student.
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Jacob Feb 20, 2020 - 18:23 PM
A good book for self-taught designers who might want to consume some foundational design theory. The title is misleading, however. Should be 'the New and Old Basics.' The authors cover a lot of new technology and how that's changed design, but much more of the book covers principles that pre-date the digital age. A worthwhile review, but nothing ground-breaking or mind-blowing.
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Gamze Uzunyayla Feb 20, 2020 - 18:23 PM
The book gave me a graphic designer perspective in a basic level. This means a lot for a beginner. So, the book should be read in this manner. Also I recommend to follow its webpage and work on problems given in it while reading the book. I prepared a portfolio with works created by this book's guidance and my graphic design master application was accepted by a university.
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Dan Lalande Feb 20, 2020 - 18:23 PM
A fine primer on the conventions of graphic design, from the primitive - point, line, plane - to the progressive - today's sophisticated software programs. Each chapter consists of a single page of text - light looks at use and theory - followed by generous pictorial examples, most from modern European practitioners. Recommended for first-year students and laypeople.
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Raigo Lilleberg Feb 20, 2020 - 18:23 PM
Good starting point to get to know more about graphic design. Both authors, known and well experienced, on the topic.Part from the book, sums up the reason to read this, quite well " even the most robust visual language is useless without the ability to engage it in a living context.". There were some good-fun exercises, at the beginning. Would have liked to see similar, later on also.
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Jessica Feb 20, 2020 - 18:23 PM
(NOTE: This review is intended for non-designers) This text does cover the basics, but, in my opinion, only in a way a naturally visual learner or current design student can learn from. It doesn't (and perhaps wasn't intended to) offer process. There is very little text explaining what you're looking at.
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Tina Feb 20, 2020 - 18:23 PM
Contrary to the title new in this one. The content is for a novice or a self-taught designer who wants common terms. Visually the book is superb, the student examples are beautiful.Stars would have been higher if the title was Graphic Design: The Basics.
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Oleg Feb 20, 2020 - 18:23 PM
A lot of inspiring works from students. It's definitely not the right book for graphic design initiation so the title might be misleading.Just a lot of inspiring content/imagery that I actually enjoyed.
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Novos Fundamentos do Design By Ellen Lupton Jennifer Cole Philips Ellen Lupton, autora de Pensar com tipos, e Jennifer Cole Philips revisitam neste livro o b a b do design, enfocando temas como ponto, linha, plano, ritmo, equil brio, modularidade, tempo e movimento, luz das mudan as tecnol gicas e da sociedade global Neste guia conciso e visualmente inspirador, as autoras partem de trabalhos de estudantes e exemplos chave da pr ticaEllen Lupton, autora de Pensar com tipos, e Jennifer Cole Philips revisitam neste livro o b a b do design, enfocando temas como ponto, linha, plano, ritmo, equil brio, modularidade, tempo e movimento, luz das mudan as tecnol gicas e da sociedade global Neste guia conciso e visualmente inspirador, as autoras partem de trabalhos de estudantes e exemplos chave da pr tica profissional contempor nea que v o desde a cria o de marcas, impressos e sinaliza es elabora o de sites e ao design em movimento, para mostrar a import ncia do equil brio entre habilidade t cnica e pensamento visual cr tico.

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