“Introduction to Graphic Communication is a wonderful book for our introductory printing class at ASU. It gives historical context and connects with modern printing techniques and trends through easy to navigate chapters and pages that link via scan to online resources. I recommend the book to anyone who is eager to learn what print is all about!”
The book is recommended for college, vocational, and high school classroom use—or for industry training. Separate chapter booklets are available upon request.
In the News!
In May, Printing Impressions was gracious enough to do an interview coinciding with the book’s release. It’s about seven minutes long (I do love to talk,) but it does include a quick Clickable Paper demo. The original interview is on the magazine’s excellent vlog, PIXchange.
Schools are starting to order copies for the Fall semester, and printing companies and associations are considering it for their training programs. Exciting times!
A New Hybrid of Print & Digital Media
Introduction to Graphic Communication, first published in 2007, is a widely-used reference for our industry—but an update was overdue. This volume adds many new insights, as well as the developments and changes of the past ten years.
As well as updating the text, we have added integrated multimedia and peer-to-peer interaction, using technology from Ricoh, Viddler, and other sources. The book is designed to create a complete learning experience.