The Digital Designer's Jargon Buster

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Ilex, 2004 - Commercial art - 320 pages
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In a remarkably short space of time, advances in technology have brought about a revolution in design practices and, with them, terminology. The Digital Designer's Jargon Buster helps you make sense of this rapidly changing world, whether you're a designer or work in a related field, such as printing, production, desktop publishing or editing. This comprehensive illustrated dictionary of design terms covers everything from traditional typesetting and prepresss to the latest digital media, including the Web, 3D and animation, as well as definitions for the most popular software menus and commands. With more than 5,000 succinct entries and scores of diagrams and illustrations, The Digital Designer's Jargon Buster is the essential one-stop reference for every design student and professional.

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Alastair Campbell founded the Ilex Press and was its Publisher for 13 years. He has lectured extensively throughout Europe on design, typography and illustration, and holds the coveted MacUser (U.S.) "Eddy" award for the Best New Graphic Resource, won by his mapping software Mountain High Maps. Alastair is also the author of numerous books on graphic design such as The New Designer's Handbook and The Digital Designer's Bible.

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