Bad graphic design never killed anyone

The publication comprises five original essays, written by Beatrice Warde, Gerard Unger, Hans R. Bosshard, Paul Stiff and Ewa Repucho. All the texts take up the themes of typography, legibility and the broadly defined attitude of a designer. The book is a food for thought on the moral stance of any designer, without being a ready-made code of conduct.



Bad graphic design never killed anyone
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