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A *New* Program for Graphic Design

This do-it-yourself textbook is based on three courses – Typography, Gestalt and Interface – that were developed by David Reinfurt for liberal arts students at Princeton University.

Synthesising pragmatic and experimental approaches, it builds on mid- to late-twentieth-century teaching models to explain advanced principles of graphic design to a general reader.

Based on eight years of teaching, the book was produced over three days in Los Angeles, when Reinfurt compressed the semester-long course into six lectures, each lasting forty-five minutes. These lectures were recorded on video, transcribed and edited to form the content for the book.

Author: David Reinfurt.
Designer/Publisher: Shannon Harvey and Adam Michaels (Inventory Press).
Editor: Eugenia Bell.

Beazley Designs of the Year

Explore the best designs across fashion, architecture, digital, transport, product and graphic design, nominated by design experts and the public.