Flexible Visual Systems, The Design Manual of contemporary visual identities teaches a variety of approaches on how to design systems that are flexible and adaptable to any aesthetic or project that needs a recognizable visual language and identity.
Learning to design flexible systems helps to completely change the way you think and work, it is not a technique, but an approach to graphic design that could be considered as the foundation of graphic design that can be applied to any discipline you specialize in. later, from corporate design, to communication design, from user experience design to the textile one.
The book is divided into three parts.
- The first part is a richly illustrated theoretical introduction explaining the past, present and future of flexible systems. It describes how they were used in the past, how they are used today, and why we should use them to organize how we work.
- The second part is a practical, almost purely visual description of how to design flexible systems starting from a circle, a triangle, a square, a pentagon and a hexagon.
- The third part explains how the systems based on transformation they can become flexible systems for visual identities. Creatives, motion designers and people who like to experiment will have a lot of fun with this chapter.
Dimensions: 21 × 25 cm
Number of pages: 320