DECODING DESIGN MAGGIE MACNAB PDF

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That was my first thought on seeing this book. First perceptions, right? I just wanted to play with that cover thingie! The cover has an embedded wheel -- when you turn the orange wheel to the right - symbols are deconstructed in the circles! This is a conceptual and innovative book strategy that works. Half the battle is won if the seller can stop your book browsing to concentrate on this one book title. Stop those eyes, right? Is this an interesting book?

Heck yeah! Chapter Zero why zero? I really liked that touch. Chapter by chapter, I really got mesmerized by her intertwining the logic of numbers and symbology into visual communication and her logic of design.

Stop talking. See for yourself. After looking at these snapshots, you can see why I really started to get into this book.

One example inparticular which really reached me is a little logo of an egg. The more sophisticated the technology, the more elusive the terminology.

I finally answered this question in my own mind, at least, in a satisfying way, but it took raising my own chickens and this logo to get there. Her answer is "The chicken is the egg. Enjoy this from her web site! Maggie looks at circles, spirals, squares and triangles as the basis of all visual content, along with numbers, She believes that inspiration, intuition and creativity is the spark that creates good visual design.

She thinks that this is a logical and subliminal process of linking all the small bits of information into a whole. Then voila, everything fits! Chapter 4 is a Case study of a Logo Maggie Macnab has been creating Logos and Visual Designs for clients for over 25 years and has owned her own business, Macnab Design since She is a published author, teacher and lecturer in this business.

She combined the disciples of Math, Physics and Philosophy and made it all reachable for the common person reading this book. I recommend this book to anyone coming into the Design and Visual Communication field.

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Book Review: Decoding Design, by Maggie Macnab

Your Link Here? Most of all, she has gained our highest admiration as a design professional. Since this month is "Design Graduation" month, we figured those graduates would like to get a little insight into how one person grew to become a world-class, celebrated design force Ladies and gentlemen, meet Maggie Macnab At the tender age of 16, I went to work for a small typesetting business in Albuquerque that did short print runs on the side.

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