Chapter 4 Key points • Graphic design in the Renaissance was formally and technically bound to the development of letterpress printing. • Late Medieval letterforms, page formats, and layout conventions were standardized as they migrated to printed forms, and print had a similar effect on other disciplines, establishing norms of written composition, rhetoric, … Continued
Chapter 2 Chapter 3 Chapter 2 • In the Classical period, graphic design became a component of literacy. Design literacy suggests the existence of a common cultural understanding of the meaning of the visual forms, as well as the materials and contexts, of graphic information. • In Classical culture, the functions of written … Continued
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The required text book for this course is Graphic Design History: A critical Guide We will also be referencing No More Rules Graphic Design and Postmodernism: by Rick Poynor. This book will also be useful for your research paper.