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Beyond Design

Making Socially Relevant Projects Successful

This designer’s novel provides insights into the contemporary, often hybrid, practice of the multi-talented graphic designers.
Renate Boere
Article number: 9789063695941
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The time has come in which graphic designers are playing an important role in rendering ever more complicated information transparent and understandable for a wider audience. To stress this urgency, Renate Boere dove head first in the world of project management lingo, confidentiality statements, copyright, complicated rights contracts, the search for stakeholders and grand applications. This journey has resulted in the journalistic novel 'Beyond Design'. This designer’s novel provides insights into the contemporary, often hybrid, practice of the multi-talented graphic designers. The story tells how Boere decides to take matters into her own hands by working on socially relevant design projects. An exciting and informative book that gives insights into the designer’s do’s and don’ts while working on projects from start to finish.

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Renate Boere (1970) is a research based graphic designer for the cultural- and social sector. She worked on a freelance base with i.a. Studio Dumbar and was part of the art collective ‘Galerie Liter’ for three years. In 1998 she founded Studio Renate Boere. Since 2000, Renate Boere has been working as a design teacher at several (inter)national art academies. Over the past years, Studio Renate Boere has won several Dutch-, European- and International Design Awards.

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ISBN: 978 90 6369  468 5
Author: Koos de Wilt
Concept: buro van Ons
Format: Paperback with flaps
Dimensions: 18 x 14,5 cm
Pages: 160

 
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