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Old 09-13-2006, 07:20 AM   #5
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Looks like an interesting article.

I wondered if it might be worth subscribing to B&A but, apart from the logo design article, they don't seem to offer any samples for judging what $24 might buy me.
They regularly offer free articles, and some may be archived at the site.

John McWade, who publishes Before&After (and also used to write and illustrate every article in it, which wore hiim out and led to later and later issues) is one of those diabolical guys who not only has great visual/design sense but knows how to explain clearly). Now he has freelance writers and manages to stick to a regular publishing schedule, along with the web site.

I love B&A. It works for beginners and for tired old designers as well; I get at least one Aha! moment out of most issues.

   
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