The art and profession of selecting and arranging visual elements—such as typography, images, symbols, and colours—to convey a message to an audience. Sometimes graphic design is called “visual communications.” It is a collaborative discipline: writers produce words and photographers and illustrators create images that the designer incorporates into a complete visual message. Although graphic design has been practiced in various forms throughout history, it emerged as a specific profession during the job-specialization process that occurred in the late 19th century. Its evolution has been closely bound to developments in image making, typography, and reproduction processes. Prominent graphic designers include Jules Chéret, Piet Zwart, Paul Rand, Alexey Brodovitch, Milton Glaser, and David Carson.
Event: graphic design
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The process of arranging typography, images, and visual elements with design principles and specifications for paper, ink colors, and printing...
Graphic design communicates ideas and information visually. Guidelines for graphic design were originally based on older printing press...
(1935) : the art or profession of using design elements (as typography and images) to convey information or create an effect; also : a product of th