|Interpretation By Design: Graphic Design Basics for Heritage Interpreters|
|Post Date:||September 11, 2019|
Interpreters and educators use exhibits, brochures, signs, websites, site publications, and other visual media to tell their stories. Written for those who have little or no training in graphic design but find themselves responsible for creating or overseeing the production of nonpersonal media, Interpretation By Design focuses on using basic principles of both graphic design and interpretation in nonpersonal media.
Written by NAI Art Director, Paul Caputo, Parkin Archeological State Park (Arkansas) Superintendent, Shea Lewis, and NAI Associate Director, Lisa Brochu, this book addresses how to make decisions about type, color, and composition, as well as why an interpretive approach may be more effective for communicating with your audience.
Order yours at www.interpnet.com/store.
Publication Year: 2008
|Author:||Paul Caputo, Shea Lewis, and Lisa Brochu|
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|Order information or contact:||Mailing: NAI National Office PO Box 2246 Fort Collins, CO 80522 Shipping: NAI National Office 230 Cherry Street Fort Collins, CO 80521 Phone: 970-484-8283, 888-900-8283 (toll-free, U.S. only) Fax: 970-484-8179|
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