Designing for Visual Aids, Studio Vista / Reinhold, 1970

Designing for Visual Aids, Studio Vista / Reinhold, 1970

‘Designing for Visual Aids is a very practical guide for designers and teachers. Andrew Wright describes in detail the various visual media that play an ever increasing part in modern visual education. This book should do much to clarify the kind of brief the designer has to extract from teachers and so enable him to present new, and often surprising, ways of extending the teachers’ aims. In addition to establishing the part the design of visual aids has to play in education today, the author covers in detail the various media, such as overhead projectors, slides and filmstrips, film, television (including EVR), programmed learning and teaching machines, wallcharts, wallposters and wallpictures, magnetboard, flannelboard, hook and loop board, and books.’

Designing for Visual Aids, Studio Vista / Reinhold, 1970
Designing for Visual Aids, Studio Vista / Reinhold, 1970

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