ISSUE 09 : 101 Points and Cases Introducing Environmental Graphic Design
Cities consist of various physical and digital layers. Seemingly, in a majority of cases, these layers are developed in a way that legibility, aesthetics, and visual identity have been underestimated.
For the citizens to have a simple, constructive, and viable relationship with the cities, at the first step, they should observe the city's layers properly; and perceive them individually.
Environmental Graphic Design (EGD) is an interdisciplinary field of practice, which aims at amplifying the relationship between cities and citizens at the end.
This issue from TUIC101 series introduces EGD through 101 points and case studies.
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