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Book Review: 158 Answers

One of the best way to learn is to read for renowned designers from around the world. The students of Type Media postgraduate course in type design have been interviewed eleven renowned type designers and writers about what they consider to be important for the education of future type designers and typographers. The book include an important information about some script like Arabic and how the arabic type market has been growing over the past few years.

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Book Review: The Big Book of Font Combinations

The new e-book The Big Book of Font Combinations is a must have reference item for anyone with a passing interest in typography or professional graphic design. The Big Book of Font Combination is written and designed by graphic designer, typographer and author Douglas Bonneville. The book serves as a master list of fonts that are used on a daily basis in every form of media around us. Bonneville combines his knowledge of type and fonts with his skills as a designer in order to pass on information in a manner similar to how a print shop owner would offer visual suggestions on what paper would best fit a specific stationary design. Bonneville’s use of font visuals as graphics translates the information instantly to the reader.

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Book Review: Wolda’09

If you are interested in logo and brand identity designs, the 2009 edition of Wolda, a worldwide logo design book by Eulda Books Company is a great place to start. To continue this Eulda Books has released their 2010 edition of this great book. This new edition continues to improve and further evolve the content and concepts of logo and brand identity designs around the world. This new edition includes designs by the winners of the 2009 competition plus other great logo designs by international designers and creative agencies.

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Book Review: The Savvy Designer’s Guide To Success

The Savvy Designer’s Guide to Success is perfect mentor for every designer want to reap the benefits of professional designer. For an experienced designer it can bring you a fresh set of ideas and thoughts. In this guide Jeff Fisher shows off his experiences and winning personality with ideas and solutions to nearly every career dilemma, including answers for these questions: How much to charge for your services? How to do an estimate? how to manage project budget completely and efficiently? Why spec work is bad?

The Designers will enjoy a fun mix of personal anecdotes and industry research to help them take their careers to the next level. This is a must have a resource for all beginners logo design. The Savvy Designer’s Guide to Success book has eleven chapters about various topics, below we will review in points each of them:

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Reviews for LogoLounge Series

Logo Lounge is another type of gallary on the internet and bookstores. Each book has 2,000 highly organized logos and brand were selected yearly from more than 30,000 submissions. LogoLounge‘s books have quickly become the best selling series of logo design books in the Rockport line. On the other hand, LogoLounge’s site has more than 120,000 logos. Also there are a thousands of members represent every day their logos on it. The members of LogoLounge site can see all the works submitted to past, present or future books. The work of the members from over 100 countries around the world.

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Arabic Font Specimen Book


Arabic Font Specimen Book is a great guide and resource that help the designer, scholar and  searcher to know what Arabic calligraphy has? what is the kind of typeface in arabic? How to use the font when you deal with arabic clients ?


This documentation about Arabic fonts which is why it is not always easy to find the design or production source of the fonts offered on the market and/or their technical specifications.

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Most 20 Books You should read them – Part 3

Decoding Design: Understanding and Using Symbols in Visual Communication (By: Maggie Macnab)

About the book :

Decoding Design

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