Images: A Creative Digital Workflow for Graphic Designers

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RotoVision, 2007 - Design - 224 pages
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A unique resource for designers working in all forms of illustrated packaging and print publication, as well as online applications.

For many graphic designers, problems with sourcing and storing images are a major cause of frustration, stress, expense and delay. Images: A Creative Digital Workflow for Graphic Designers is a consolidated resource manual, arming designers with a thorough understanding of creative asset management procedures to ensure smooth-running projects and success in producing all forms of illustrated design work.

Combining the latest technical expertise with sound professional advice, from the most basic, practical issues to in-depth, technical considerations, the book offers hands-on advice for avoiding -- and solving -- problems.

**North American Rights Only**

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About the author (2007)

Tony Seddon is a designer and art director. He became involved with the emerging digital publishing revolution during its earliest stages, and has spent much of his 20-year career managing complex creative projects in the pursuit of the perfect workflow. He lives in Sussex, UK.

Rob Clymo is an author, journalist and web designer. He was the editor of Website Maker magazine for five years and continues to develop for the web alongside regular contributions to a number of publications. He lives in Dorset, UK.

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