“How to Think Like a Great Graphic Designer”

By Debbie Millman

Rating: 4 out of 5.

Do you ever wish to take a peek inside the heads of some of the world’s greatest living graphic designers? Maybe you’re curious about how they think, how they connect to others, and what special skills they have. This book contains interviews, in which well nineteen designers, including Stefan Sagmeister, Michael Beirut, David Carson, and Milton Glaser, share their approaches, processes, opinions, and thoughts about their work with noted brand designer and author Debbie Millman.

For those who’ve ever had self doubt about themselves or their designs, this is the book you need to put those worries aside and focus on doing what you love!

— User on Goodreads

The internet radio talk host of Design Matters, Millman persuades the greatest graphic designers of our time to speak frankly and openly about their work. How to Think Like a Great Graphic Designers offers a rare opportunity to observe and understand the giants of the industry.

“If you perceive the universe as being a universe of abundance, then it will be. If you think of the universe as one of scarcity, then it will be.”

— Debbie Millman

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Debbie Millman is an American writer, educator, artist, and designer who is perhaps best known as the host of the Design Observer podcast ‘Design Matters’. She is ‘President of Design’ at Sterling Brands, based in New York City, working with brands such as Pepsi, Gillette, Colgate, Kimberly-Clark, Nestlé, and Campbells. She chairs the ‘Masters in Branding’ program at the School of Visual Arts, is a contributing editor to Print, a blogger for Fast Company, and the ‘President Emeritus’ of AIGA.

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