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Design and Technology.

A compilation of articles by the author which have appeared in Communication Arts and other design journals, this book focuses on the use of computer-based tools for the design professional. As such, it could prove of value to high school and university instructors who incorporate computers and other technologies as part of their graphics instruction. In addition to providing technical information that would be difficult to locate in other publications, this book includes valuable appendices that provide resource information and valuable definitions of the many acronyms - from ASCII to WYSIWYG - which seem to be foreign languages to the technology illiterate. Of value to people and programs that involve computers and graphic design.
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Author:Anderson, Kent
Publication:School Arts
Article Type:Book Review
Date:Dec 1, 1991
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