Design History and Styles: Pioneering Designers

Neo-modernism Computer combined with other media Computers and software make it possible to discover new ideas and explore varieties that designers could not easily do until a couple of decades ago. However, it demands more of the designer. Learning a suite of designer applications is, to many designers, a steep learning curve that can break a creative workflow. Especially if, and... Continue Reading →


Design History and Styles: Late Modernism

Brief "research" on the most influential style the last 6-7 decades The Swiss International Style The emphasis is on typography. The style use sentences, words, and letters as an active part of the layout and communication. The style fuses the text with the imagery and makes them inseparable as a message. This makes for a product specific composition and the message... Continue Reading →

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