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The Graphic Design Exercise Book Flexibound – April 12, 2010
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He is completely satisfied. Thanks.
It won't make you a better designer, but it will help you refine your skills, brush-up your creative thought process and reinforce a 'more work-output' attitude for design variations and refinement.
The book is not necessary for a graphic designer, it is only to better help one who is 'creatively stuck' on a project.
I like this book because it has some good useful information and I feel that, especially in this field, that the more information one has, the better he/she is in the field.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Graphic Designers that view themselves as Beginners to intermediate, that want to explore creative challenges and practice easy to do exercises, will find this book a user friendly... Read morePublished 23 months ago by Avia
The book has projects but as a teacher I was looking for short projects for students. I am not returning the book as it does have several good ideas.Published on January 27, 2014 by Ann Phillips
I was looking for a design work book to help me get excited and renew some creativity for when I start to build my professional landscape architecture portfolio. Read morePublished on March 20, 2013 by E. Baxter
This book was given as gift to an architectural student that is in her first year, and is quite well written.Published on February 1, 2013 by J. Martoccio
I wasn't really expecting the lack of polish or usefulness found in this book. It came highly recommended for daily drills or projects but it was really shallow.Published on November 20, 2012 by Zachattack