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Graphic design uses visual media to communicate ideas. Its primary tools are type, image, space, color, and form, which are combined to communicate messages via visual media including print, television, and websites.

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Untangling Font Licensing by Allan Haley
Untangling Font Licensing

By Allan Haley, author, lecturer and expert on all things typographic

“They’re only fonts – why do they have to be so complicated?” Sound familiar? For many of us, font licensing is right up there with fractal equations and Bernoullian logic on the ease of understanding scale.

"The Field Guide to Supergraphics" by Sean Adams
The Field Guide to Supergraphics—Big Graphics in the Urban Landscape
Writers Theatre, Glencoe., Ill.
Writers Theatre Rewrites the Theater Experience

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Design To Go
Design To Go—Oaxaca Part II

In this week's installment of Design To Go, Diane Burk continues her visit to Oaxaca. Oaxaca is located in Southwestern Mexico and is known for its richness of cultures, cuisine and arts.

January 2017: Oaxaca Part II

 

Design To Go
Design To Go—Oaxaca Part I
Design To Go: Diane Burk
Design To Go—Mexico City

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OFFF Festival
OFFF Festival
BRUTAL: Views from Brazil's Concrete Utopia
BRUTAL: Views from Brazil's Concrete Utopia
En-Gulf - Ecopoetics of the Gulf and Bay
En-Gulf—Ecopoetics of the Gulf and Bay
Written Wor(l)ds
Written Wor(l)ds

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Michael Courtney Design and Seattle By Bike
Michael Courtney Design and Seattle By Bike

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Seattle is consistently on the list of most bikeable cities in the US. A new guided tour makes it easier for locals, visitors and tourists to explore the city by bicycle: Seattle by Bike. Bike tours like the Emerald City Tour and Lake Union Loop include history and culture, pausing to sample local craft coffee, chocolate, and beer.

Cultivating a Design Legacy
Entro To Release "Cultivating a Design Legacy: The First 50 Years"

Entro is releasing a book titled "Cultivating a Design Legacy: The First 50 Years" that provides an overview of the first combined 50 years of project history of Entro and Gottschalk+Ash Toronto, the stylistic decades that determined the course of Canadian design, the milestones and the influencers that changed the industry significantly.