Graphic Design in the Post-Digital Age: A Survey of Practices Fueled by Creative Coding
Graphic Design in the Post-Digital Age examines the challenges and opportunities in the wake of the rapid rise of creative coding within a growing community of designers opting to make their own design tools. This comprehensive overview covers educational approaches in design programs and the historic and economic contexts of programming in graphic design, as well as the implications surrounding the integration of coding with design.
The book includes over twenty interviews in which major figures in design reflect upon the ways in which coding has innovated and transformed their design practice and strategies, and the directions it will take in the future.
Designers discuss the possibilities of creative coding today.
Through interviews with more than 20 designers, Graphic Design in the Post-Digital Age looks at the challenges and opportunities of the fast-changing world of creative coding within a growing community of designers opting to make their own design tools. The designers reflect upon the ways in which coding has transformed their design practice, and the directions it will take in the future. The book is designed entirely by code, featuring digital print on its cut edges and fluorescent colors.
Designers interviewed include: Dimitri Jeanottat, Ted Davis, Urs Hofer, Jeroen Barendse, Casey Reas, Yehwan Song, Luuse/Marianne Plano + Léonard Mabille, Sarah Garcin, Tancrède Ottiger, Jürg Lehni, Loraine Furter, Raphael Bastide, Petr van Blokland, Dinamo/Fabian Harb + Fabiola Mejía, Johnson/Kingston/Ivan Weiss + Michael Kryenbühl, Eurostandard / Pierrick Brégeon + Ali-Eddine Abdelkhalek, Zach Lieberman, Samuel Weidmann, Erik van Blokland, Studio Dumbar / Sander Sturing and Stan Haanappel, Émilie Pillet and Dia Studio/Mitch Paone.