Bibliography

Research 1 – Sequential visual narratives-Frame by Frame

Heller, S and Vienne, V (2012) 100 ideas that changed Graphic Design, London, Laurence King Publishing Ltd.

Everett, M (1st March 2015) Raising a glass to Leonard Nimoy. Available at: http://www.anatomised.com/raising-a-glass-to-leonard-nimoy/(Accessed: 28th October 2016)

Research 2 – Loud Typography

Heller, S and Vienne, V (2012) 100 ideas that changed Graphic Design, London, Laurence King Publishing Ltd.

Trochut, A (unknown) Transport of London. Available at: http://alextrochut.com/project/transport-of-london/ ( Accessed: 28th October 2016)

Research 3 – Expression of speed

Heller, S and Vienne, V (2012) 100 ideas that changed Graphic Design, London, Laurence King Publishing Ltd.

Stevens, L( 8th March 2015) UPS Launches New Ad Campaign. Available at: http://www.wsj.com/articles/ups-launches-new-ad-campaign-1425838722 (Accessed at: 28th October 2016)

Research 4 – Visuals Puns

Heller, S and Vienne, V (2012) 100 ideas that changed Graphic Design, London, Laurence King Publishing Ltd.

Ng, E and Trivedi, N (30th June 2015) PUNNY PIXELS. Available at: http://punnypixels.tumblr.com/post/122874839472/vegging-out-in-front-of-the-tv-sounds-so-appealing (Accessed at :28th October 2016)

Research 5 – Pointing fingers

Heller, S and Vienne, V (2012) 100 ideas that changed Graphic Design, London, Laurence King Publishing Ltd.

Research 6 – White Space

Heller, S and Vienne, V (2012) 100 ideas that changed Graphic Design, London, Laurence King Publishing Ltd.

name unknown ( 8th September 2016) Negative space: 30 brilliant examples. Available at: http://www.creativebloq.com/art/art-negative-space-8133765 (Accessed at: 28th October 2016)

Research 7 – Colour Psychology

Schwertly, S (20th June 2014) The History of Color Psychology. Available at:https://www.ethos3.com/2014/06/the-history-of-color-psychology/ (Accessed at: 28th October 2016)

Rehak, M (8th August 2014) Who Made That Twitter Bird?. Available at: http://www.nytimes.com/2014/08/10/magazine/who-made-that-twitter-bird.html?_r=1 (Accessed at 28th October 2016)

 

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