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Book review: How To Draw Type and Influence People: An Activity Book

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10:00 AM | 6 April 2017
by Jason Noyce
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This fun and engaging activity book comes from the mind of graphic designer and author Sarah Hyndman.

Her step by step manual on what can be done to capture the minds of the consumer uses interactive methods to inspire anyone with a passion for graphic design or advertising.

What's it about?

Hyndman's creative manual wants the reader to get the most out of typeface choice to best engage with potential consumer. She has analysed the different effects fonts can have on consumers and teaches you how to use these skills to improve your designs.

"This interactive guide engages with your creative abilities."

An enjoyable read which engages your creative abilities, How To Draw Type and Influence People, can introduce you to your new favourite typeface, while teaching you how to create audience impact (and have fun doing it).

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