What They Didn't Teach You in Design School
With record numbers of design and advertising students graduating into the job market each year, it makes more sense now than ever to be fully armed to succeed. This book helps new designers make the transition from design school to work, giving them the ammunition they need for a successful start. Here, the reader will learn how to get that all-important first job, and how to impress their new employer. They will also have at their fingertips plenty of useful, practical information essential to know in the design studio and when working for clients. Enriched with quotes and advice from some of the best and brightest in the industry, in this book you will find out everything they didn't teach you in design school.
Author: Phil Cleaver
18.5cm x 13cm
Hand and Mind - Exchanges on Architecture and the Built World
In Hand & Mind architects and designers reflect on the parts of their practice that are often hidden - their inspiration, the genesis of projects and problems encountered. This image-rich...
The Secret Life of the Pencil: Great Creatives and Their Pencils
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Wabi Sabi - Further Thoughts
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