Digital Design Theory: Readings from the Field
Digital Design Theory bridges the gap between the discourse of print design and interactive experience by examining the impact of computers on the field of design. Edited by Helen Armstrong, Digital Design Theory features key texts from some of the most influential designers and programming on a range of topics for both aspiring and practicing designers to learn background details on digital design theory and thought. Featured in the book are essays span the 1960s to present from visionaries including Bruno Munari, Sol Lewitt, Keetra Dean Dixon, Ladislav Sutnar, and John Meada.
Apple Books ($11.99)
Author Helen Armstrong
Category Digital Design Books