The concepts of design are vaguely defined and ways of approaching them diverge substantially. This book presents various uses of design to support design science as a discipline that integrates the vast amount of isolated knowledge sources.
This book teaches the use of LaTeX, a free, automated typesetting system, presenting techniques for writing an article, report, thesis, or book with data plots, complex graphics, and computer presentations, with examples showing input and output side by side.
This book takes a multi-disciplinary look at digital design research where digital design is embedded in a larger socio-cultural context. It is illustrated with real examples from digital design research practices from a variety of research projects.
This is the first book presenting the basics and strategies for color management in the print publishing workflow with focus on producing according ISO 12647-2 and other standards. The user learns what to expect from color management according to the ICC-standard.