Book Review: ‘Amusing Graphic Design Handbook,’ by Arfius Al-din

Arfius Al-din (28th December 1996) is a Bangladeshi music director, writer, inventor, painter, recording artist, songwriter, music producer, philosopher, behavioral scientist, model, scholar, public speaker, entrepreneur, speechwriter, strategist and artist: visual, political, performance, abstract romanticism, poetry and film writing. He released his new book ‘Amusing Graphic Design Handbook’ recently. 

‘Amusing Graphic Design Handbook’ has 120 pages and was released on Amazon on October 9, 2021, and that will cost 6.99$ for the readers.

In Arfius Al-din’s book, you can explore how graphic designers have shaped aesthetics. Graphic design is a craft where professionals create visual content to communicate messages. By applying visual hierarchy and page layout techniques, designers use typography and pictures to meet users’ specific needs and focus on displaying elements in interactive designs on optimizing the user experience. Graphic design uses visual compositions to solve problems and communicate ideas through typography, imagery, colour and form. Though they often overlap, each type of graphic design requires a specific set of skills and design techniques. Many designers specialize in a single kind; others focus on a set of related, similar types. But because the industry is constantly changing, designers must be adaptable and lifelong learners to change or add specializations throughout their careers.  There’s no one way to do that, and that’s why there are several types of graphic design, each with its area of specialization. We all know that Graphic Design can be a powerful tool in the image-driven 21st century, and We hope that Arfius Al-din’s, that new book, will significantly help the Graphics Design area.

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