Graphic design is so much a part of our lives that at times it goes unnoticed. The layout of type and imagery on the page you’re reading right now is a key aspect of graphic design. This book was designed by organizing all the visual and textual information into a communicable message, an object bound between two covers. But if organizing were the only job of graphic designers, the computer would have replaced us by now.
To varying degrees, the intent of design is to persuade, identify, or inform. A book jacket informs the viewer of the book’s content, persuades the reader to buy, and identifies the writer. The same is true in food packaging where persuasion, identity on the shelf, and information all matter. Even a geographical map’s organization and clarity requires the designer to decide on what to include and exclude as well as how to present the information. A clear map is more likely to be purchased and used than a confusing map.
Creating a three-dimensional experience for the visitor is the goal of an environmental designer (Figure 1.9). The category includes the design of museum exhibits, trade shows, and convention booths. Environmental design overlaps with signage design in the sense that both types of designers work closely with architects as well as interior and landscape designers and must have an understanding of structural materials.
This evolving field of design involves adding sound, motion, and time sequencing to pictures and words. Filmmaking, animation, and visual effects converge to tell a story or visually articulate a concept. Motion design projects include film title sequences, trailers, animations, and broadcast identifications (a short spot that confirms the channel being watched). The finished projects are displayed on television, in the cinema, on computer screens, and even through cell phones (Figure 1.10). (See the Speakout by Barry Deck on page 10.)
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