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GOOD: an Introduction to Ethics in Graphic Design: Ethics of Graphic Design (Required Reading Range) Paperback – November 15, 2006
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About the Author
Lucienne Roberts is a graphic designer who allies a commitment to accessible, engaging graphic design with a socially aware agenda. Her studio, LucienneRoberts+, specialises in design for the voluntary, charity and arts sectors. She was a signatory of the First Things First 2000 manifesto, which called for greater design responsibility, and writes, lectures and publishes on her subject. She is external examiner of BA Typography and Graphic Communication at Reading University, spoke at TYPO London 2012 and has been invited to speak at the POINT conference in 2013.
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It looks at ethics from the view of respected political, sociological, philosophical, theological and legal leaders in each field while also including the key concepts of thinkers throughout history such as Plato. I found this really useful because it meant I had to do little background research and when I did this book had given me the starting point to go from. I couldn't have asked for more.
I am so glad I have read this book. By using many different forms of design it provides `food for thought' which I prefer to preaching. I think this will really help me when I begin to look for work and do work as a graphic designer. Thanks to this book I have now begun to form my own opinions about the accountability of a graphic designer in the knowledge of other viewpoints within and outside of the profession. This is unmissable for design practices, students and professionals.