Kim Baer, is principal of Los Angeles-based design studio KBDA, which she founded in 1982.
The firm's client list ranges from nonprofit organizations, such as the Prostate Cancer Foundation, UCLA, and Chamber Music Los Angeles, to consumer-oriented companies, such as Nike, Nissan, and Hilton Hotels.
This is a very good book in general, but the Kindle version was disappointing.
While I work in only one small area of ID it is great to see the issues across many disciplines and the book is well put together.
It's a great book, whether you read it cover to cover, or use it as a source of information and inspiration.
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Had this book for a class and it was very informative. If you're into graphic or web design than this is definitely a must read.Published 23 months ago by Katie Allred
As a Design instructor, it would be essential for me to be able to analyze the illustrations in detail. But in the kindle edition this is impossible, they are too small. Read morePublished on June 29, 2012 by L. Howard
Great book. A must read for people looking to improve your design work. I would recommend this book. I'm in urban/community planning and I thought it was vaulable.Published on May 10, 2012 by Nikki
I was hoping for more interactive case studies, but there's lots of good information here about how to think about your next data visualization project. Read morePublished on March 6, 2012 by Susan Prosser
I used this book for my speech class. We had to review a book that went with our major. This book was easy to read and had great pictures.Published on May 30, 2011 by Stephanie