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Book Review: Do Good Design

Posted by Noah Scalin | 13-03-2009 22:12 | Category: Design



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thanks for taking the time to review this book—it sounds great, and so needed!
for a designer (more specifically, art director) that is fairly well-versed with social design ideas, is any of your course material available online?

Posted by Ivan Cash | 24-03-2009 02:06

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Hey Ivan, I don’t have course material online right now, but I"m always happy to share my syllabus if that’s useful to you. Otherwise, I recommend checking out some of the books listed on the bibliography for the class here: http://designrebels.org/.

Posted by Noah | 26-03-2009 15:59

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I’m a recent graduate who is simultaneously pulled toward graphic design and advertising for the creativity and wit, but repelled by how much I dislike selling and what seems like deception for stuff most people don’t really need. In short, I’d be grateful for a copy of your syllabus!

Posted by Fern | 22-05-2009 20:55



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