Books by Publisher: Loughborough Design Press Ltd

    Eileen Adams: Agent of Change in art, design and environmental education

    By Eileen Adams

    Paperback £13.79

    Significant policy recommendations based on 46 years' experience of initiating change as a teacher, researcher and campaigner

    Graphicacy and Culture: Refocusing on Visual Learning

    By Xenia Danos

    Hardback from £22.79

    Xenia Danos' book seeks to contribute to the creation of a platform for education in the area of graphicacy and refocusing on visual learning. The book's purpose is to get graphicacy onto the educational agenda, and also provide a link to other more specialist future LDP titles that address particular...

    Graphicacy and Culture: Refocusing on Visual Learning

    By Xenia Danos

    Paperback £13.79

    Xenia Danos' book seeks to contribute to the creation of a platform for education in the area of graphicacy and refocusing on visual learning. The book's purpose is to get graphicacy onto the educational agenda, and also provide a link to other more specialist future LDP titles that address particular...

    DESIGN: Models of Change

    By Ken Baynes

    Paperback £13.79

    How do designers do what they do? What enables them to shape the things that people buy, use and inhabit? And does everyone share their mental abilities? In Design: Models of Change, Ken Baynes draws on a lifetime's research and experience to suggest answers to these questions and explore the...

    Design Education: A Vision for the Future

    Paperback from £3.59

    Design is not only a vital aspect of the 'creative industries' but also as important as Science and the Humanities in defining our relationship with the natural and made world and hence all our futures. Developing a modern, progressive design curriculum is critical and this book has been written for...

    DESIGN: Models of Change

    By Ken Baynes

    Hardback from £22.79

    How do designers do what they do? What enables them to shape the things that people buy, use and inhabit? And does everyone share their mental abilities? In Design: Models of Change, Ken Baynes draws on a lifetime's research and experience to suggest answers to these questions and explore the...

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