Library Materials for Graphics,
Multimedia and Web Design
Library materials on digital photography and digital illustration can be found in the Library under the classification TR267 (found under the subject headings: Photography--Digital Techniques and Image Processing--Digital Techniques in the Library Catalog), with image editing software in TR267.5. This includes TR267.5.A3 for books on Adobe Photoshop.
The classification TK5105.888 has books on Web Sites--Design, Web Site Development, and Cascading Style Sheets (CSS), with books on web authoring software (found under Web Sites--Authoring Programs in the Library Catalog) in TH5105.8885. This includes TK5105.8885.W66 for WordPress, TK5105.8885.J86 for Joomla, TK5105.8885.D78 for Drupal, TK5105.8885.D74 for Dreamweaver, and TK5105.8885.A35 for Adobe InDesign.
Works on typography for web sites are found in Z246 for Graphic Design (Typography), near the other books on printing. General works on Commercial Art and Graphic Arts are found on the shelves in the call number range NC997 through NC1003.
Also, books on HTML (Document markup language) and XHTML (Document markup language) are found in QA76.76.H94; works on user interface/user experience/interface design are found under the call number QA76.9.U83 for User Interfaces (Computer Systems); and works on Human-Computer Interaction are found in QA76.9.H85.
For more titles, search the Library Catalog using the subject terms listed above in bold.
♦ 100 ideas that changed graphic design / Steven Heller & Veronique Vienne
NC 998 .H4456 2012
Determines, defines, discusses and illustrates the big ideas which created the critical mass that produced the art and craft of contemporary graphic design. [2/16]
♦ Business and legal forms for illustrators / Tad Crawford.
KF 390 .A7 .C7 2016
Contains 29 of the most essential business & legal forms to meet the everyday needs of today's illustrators. [2/17]
♦ CG101: a computer graphics industry reference / Terrence Masson. 2nd ed.
Ref. T 385 .M3745 2007 [5/15]
♦ Creative workshop: 80 challenges to sharpen your design skills / David Sherwin
BF 408 .S4486 2010
♦ Designing brand identity: An essential guide for the whole branding team /
HD 69 .B7 W44 2013
♦ The dictionary of multimedia : terms & acronyms / Brad Hansen. 4th ed.
Ref. QA 76.15 .H318 2005
♦ Insight out: get ideas out of your head and into the world/ Tina Lynn Seelig.
BF 408 .S3866 2015
Author defines core concepts of imagination, creative innovation, and enterpreneurship and takes reader on a road map to bring these concepts to fruition. [2/16]
♦ Moving innovation: a history of computer animation / by Tom Sito
TR 897.7 .S48 2013
A first full history of CG which includes accomplishments in academia, military industrial complex, movie special effects, videogames, experimental fil, corporate research, and commercial animation. [7/15]
♦ The visual dictionary of graphic design / Gavin Ambrose, Paul Harris. [10/14]
Ref. NC 997 .A685 2006
♦ Visual effects in a digital world / Karen E. Goulekas.
Ref. TA 1637 .G68 2001
Search EBSCO's Full Text Finder for Journal Titles, or by subject or simple keyword.
Suggested titles below listed as (e-journals or electronic journals) can be located in EBSCO's Full Text Finder.
♦ Animation Magazine (in Library 2016 - present)
Animation Magazine is a monthly publication covering the animation industry, including aspects of film and television animation, visual effects and video games. "The Business, Technology and Art of Animation and VFX." [3/17]
♦ Communication Arts (in Library 2001 - present) [3/17]
♦ Digital Photo Pro (in Library Current 3 years only) [3/17]
♦ HOW (in Library 2015 - present) [3/17]
♦ Web Designer (in Library Current 12 months only) [3/17]
♦ The designer’s guide to color combinations [electronic resource] : includes the designer's guide to global color.
Media (DVD) NC997 .D37 2002
Leslie Cabarga took all the color swatches from his two books, The designer's guide to color combinations (that shows historical colors), and The designer's guide to global color combinations (that shows color from around the world) and put them into one CD-ROM. These books were the first color books to not only provide color swatches in context, but to supply the CMYK and RGB color formulas so readers could re-create them for use in their own print or web designs. The first book provides 500 historic color combinations from the Victorian, Art Deco, Atomic 50s, Psychedelic 60s, and current periods. The second book provides 750 combinations from Asia, Africa, Europe, Middle East, and Far East, as well as the USA. All 1250 color swatch sets are included in this CD-ROM in RGM and CMYK vector and bitmap files for you to use in both Adobe Illustrator and Photoshop formats. The CD-ROM can be used in conjunction with the books or files can be opened at random.
Last updated 2017/02 JAU