Robin Williams introduced design and typographic principles to legions of readers with her Non-Designer's book series. Now, writing in her clear and accessible style, she takes readers to the next level of design with practical lessons in ...
composition, visual impact, and problem-solving. This book is divided into three parts. The first section of the book tackles basic design theory, including visual metaphors, different approaches to a concept, and how to avoid overdesign. The next two sections cover design basics and examples of specific projects, such as business cards, ads, presentations and brochures, all with "before" and "after" examples. Hundreds of examples of real-life designers' works are included to serve as inspiration for readers, as well as specific reasons why certain design features work and others don't. Robin Williams Design Workshop is the ideal book for the hundreds of thousands of readers who learned design basics from Robin Williams and are now ready to advance to the next level.