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Extra bold : a feminist inclusive anti-racist nonbinary field guide for graphic designers

Author: Ellen LuptonFarah KafeiJennifer TobiasJosh A HalsteadKaleena SalesAll authors
Publisher: Hudson, New York : Princeton Architectural Press, [2021]
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : First editionView all editions and formats
Summary:
"Critical essays link theories about feminism, racism, inclusion, and binary thinking to design principles and practices. Type specimens, biographies, and interviews showcase the work and ideas of people marginalized by sexism, racism, and/or ableism"--
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Genre/Form: Informational works
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Lupton, Ellen.
Extra bold.
Hudson, New York : Princeton Architectural Press, [2021]
(OCoLC)1258650571
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Ellen Lupton; Farah Kafei; Jennifer Tobias; Josh A Halstead; Kaleena Sales; Leslie Xia; Valentina Vergara
ISBN: 1616899182 9781616899189
OCLC Number: 1184121932
Description: 219 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 23 cm
Contents: About this book --
THEORY --
Feminism --
Systemic racism --
Anti-racism --
Intersectionality --
Equality vs. equity --
Voice: Kristy Tillman --
Teaching Black designers --
Meet mythical norm --
'Splaining --
Disability theory --
This body is worthy --
Anti-stairs club --
Voices: Shannon Finnegan and Aimi Hamraie --
Embodied learning --
Leaves with you --
Life: Sugandha Gupta --
Mother cyborg --
Binary structures --
Sex and gender terms --
Typographic binaries --
A queer year of love letters --
Voice: Shivani Parasnis --
Voice: Tré Seals --
HISTORY --
Mapping history --
Life: Yolande Bonhomme --
Life: Ann Smith Franklin --
Life: Sojourner Truth --
Life: William Wells Brown --
Life: Angel de Cora --
Life: Anni Albers --
Life: Charlotte Perriand --
Feminism in India --
Life: Ed Roberts --
Life: Neil Marcus --
International symbol of access --
Timeline: queer history --
Life: Walt Whitman --
Life: Ruth Ellis --
Lives: Claude Cahun and Marcel Moore --
Life: Susan Sontag --
Life: Willi Smith --
WORK --
Internships --
Voice: Tanvi Sharma --
Starting out --
Voice: Farah Kafei --
Voice: Valentina Vergara --
Design leaders --
Voice: Amy Lee Walton --
Voice: Elaine Lopez --
Voice: Irene Pereyra --
Voice: Leslie Xia --
Voice: Njoki Gitahi --
Voice: Sabrina Hall --
Voice: Shira Inbar --
Workplaces --
Working from home --
Wage gaps --
Hiring for diversity --
Where are the Black designers? --
Discrimination at work --
Parents at work --
Coming out at work --
Salary transparency --
Exit strategies --
The entreprecariat --
Confidence equity --
Emotional housekeeping --
Psychological safety --
Giving and taking credit --
Mentoring --
Cover letters --
Presentations --
Social media --
Publishing --
Activism --
Advice for new designers.
Other Titles: Feminist inclusive anti-racist nonbinary field guide for graphic designers
Responsibility: Ellen Lupton, Farah Kafei, Jennifer Tobias, Josh A. Halstead, Kaleena Sales, Leslie Xia, Valentina Vergara.

Abstract:

"Critical essays link theories about feminism, racism, inclusion, and binary thinking to design principles and practices. Type specimens, biographies, and interviews showcase the work and ideas of people marginalized by sexism, racism, and/or ableism"--

"Extra Bold is the design manual for everyone. Part textbook and part comic book, zine, manifesto, and survival guide, Extra Bold is filled with stories and ideas that don't show up in other career books or design overviews. Written collaboratively by a diverse team of authors, the book begins with essays connecting design to feminism, anti-racism, disability, and nonbinary thinking. Capsule histories open the design canon to overlooked people and practices. Interviews, typefaces, and projects created by dozens of contributors deliver multiple points of view, informed by a variety of abilities, gender identities, and racial and ethnic backgrounds. Useful and informative, Extra Bold explores power structures and how to navigate them. Interviews showcase people at different stages of their careers, and biographical sketches uncover the lives and work of creative producers marginalized by sexism, racism, and ableism. Illustrations by Jennifer Tobias bring warmth and narrative depth to each section."--back cover.

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