NEW HAVEN - Award-winning Elements Design Studio principal Amy Graver and senior designer Ben Jura will present an overview of design principles at New Haven Public Library, 133 Elm St., at 6 p.m. July 25, according to a statement.
"The designers will explore ways in which we encounter and are affected by design in daily living. They will provide examples of common design mistakes that highlight the importance of using good design sense. Their discussion is based on their new book, 'Best Practices for Graphic Designers, Grids and Page Layouts: An Essential Guide for Understanding and Applying Page Design Principles,' and copies will be available for purchase.," the statement said.
"Elements is a graphic design and marketing communications firm based in Branford founded in 1999 by Amy Graver. She serves on the Advisory Board of Package Design magazine and regularly gives seminars on marketing/design, the power of social media and how to integrate technology into marketing strategy. She is a founding member of the American Institute of Graphic Arts (AIGA) CT chapter and is a past president of the CT Art Director's Club."
"Elements senior designer Ben Jura graduated from The School of Visual Arts and has worked in advertising, branding and design in New York and Connecticut for clients such as Hinckley Yachts, Stanley Tools, PepsiCo and Bradley Airport," the statement said.
Friday, June 29, 2012
Graphic Design Seminar at New Haven Public Library July 25
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