100 Ways: A Guide to Visual Communication and Design by Andrew Nicholls, Jacinta Patterson, Talia Caplan, Joanne Saville
  

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100 Ways: A Guide to Visual Communication and Design by Andrew Nicholls, Jacinta Patterson, Talia Caplan, Joanne Saville

100 Ways: A Guide to Visual Communication & Design is your essential companion for mastering the knowledge and skills you need to successfully completing the VCE course. It is not a textbook designed to be studied from cover to cover but a whole-course guide to be flicked and thumbed through, to use each section as needed to assist you in resolving each step of the complicated process that is Visual Communication & Design. Written by experienced teachers, 100 Ways: A Guide to Visual Communication & Design is a compendium of equipment, materials, media, methods, the design process and more!

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Format

Mixed media product
Contains Paperback and CD-ROM
368 pages

Author

Andrew Nicholls, Jacinta Patterson, Talia Caplan, Joanne Saville
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Publisher

Cambridge University Press

Publication date

10th November 2009

ISBN

9780521739849


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