The book The means by which we find our way: Observations on design looks at how graphic designers and educators navigate both the visual and the printed landscape. By the varied responses to similar visual design problems, personal reflections on design experiences and the consequent included essays, this book intends to provide a platform for learning and be a source for new collaborations and initiatives within the field of both design and design education.
Including submissions from design educators from over twenty countries and representing over fifty institutions.
Lisa M. Abendroth, Guido Alvarez, Jason Bader, Helena Barbosa, Jeff Barlow, Eric Benson, Jim Bryant, Audra Buck-Coleman, Kate Carlyle, Scott Carnz, Elisabeth Charman, Zhang Chen, Saeri Cho, Halim Choueiry, Jan Conradi, Chris Corneal, Stephanie Cunningham Rich, Gerry Derksen, Oscar Fernandez, Scott Fisk, Kenneth FitzGerald, Mara Jevera Fulmer, Gaby Esser-Hall, Dana Ezzell Gay, David Gardener, Peter Gilderdale, Carole Goodman, Gary M. Gowans, Matt Greenwell, Deb Hall, Montse Hernandez i Sala, Adrienne Hooker, Deborah Huelsbergen, Dora Isleifsdottir, Daniel Jasper, Gunta Kaza, Don Kline, Jennifer Kopping, Assaf Krebs, Ida Kumoji, Ana Llorente-Thurik, Philip Long, Wade Lough, Joyce Walsh Macario, Jackie Malcolm, Sarah McCoy, Terri McManus, Jennifer McKnight, Isabel Meirelles, Dario M. Muhafara, Leila Musfy, Nazli Eda Noyan, Mette Ohlendorff, Ms. Mervi Pakaste, Mookesh Patel, Luciano Perondi, Massimo Pitis, Jessica Ring, Eddy Roberts, Kelly Salchow, Carrie Lee Schwartz, Emre Senan, Silvia Sfligiotti, Allen Sheets, Valerie Sloan, Kent D. Smith, Julie Spivey, Edwin Utermohlen, Iris Utikal, William van Giessen, John H. Walker, Joyce Walsh Macario, Will Wang, Andrea Wilkinson, Hyla Willis, Ric Wilson, Nancy Wynn, Robert Dennis, Bonne Zabolotney
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David Gardener has worked as an illustrator and graphic designer across a broad spectrum of companies, from large international organisations to small agencies. In 2003 he was awarded a Masters in Media from Nottingham Trent University in the UK. The following year he (along with his family) jumped on a plane and headed to New Zealand to lecture in design at the School of Media Arts at Wintec.
Andrea Wilkinson has worked in a variety of design positions, including in-house art departments, agencies and Internet start-ups, as well as utilising design in an arts context. Originally hailing from the American state of Missouri, she received her Masters in Transmedia from Sint-Lukas in Brussels, Belgium before moving to New Zealand in 2004 to lecture in design at the School of Media Arts at Wintec.
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Book Description Book Condition: very good. 204 Gramm. Bookseller Inventory # M00958290229-V
Book Description Waikato Institute of Technology, Hamilton, NZ, 2008. Paperback. Book Condition: Very Good. No Jacket. Lightly bumped and rubbed. Size: 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Bookseller Inventory # M140482
Book Description Ramp Press, 2008. Book Condition: Good. This is an ex-library book and may have the usual library/used-book markings inside.This book has soft covers. With usual stamps and markings, In good all round condition. Bookseller Inventory # 6025068