Are you a current student or a recent graduate (in the last 3 years)? If so, submit your design presentations for the opportunity to be published in an upcoming book on presentation design titled: Visual Communications for Architects and Designers.
Ever wish you could get your design work seen by tons of people? Want the chance to have your work published internationally? Here's your opportunity!
Submission is easy. Click the following link and upload a high-resolution PDF file of your presentation(s). The types of presentations that will be incorporated into the publication are things like competition boards, project presentation boards, digital presentations, or anything else that visually describes design work for a presentation situation. Multiple submissions from the same student or team of students are welcome!
Submit here: archtutorials.com/submissions
This publication on presentation design addresses the challenges related to visual, verbal and written arguments and is designed and developed as a learning tool, a reference book, and a go-to/how-to publication that provides actionable advice to its readers. It will show you everything you need to know about the full process of creating your design presentations. This new publication will act as a companion to Fletcher's widely successful book on portfolio design, Constructing the Persuasive Portfolio, the only primer you'll ever need.
Margaret Fletcher is an Associate Professor of Architecture and the Associate Chair of the Program of Architecture at Auburn University’s School of Architecture, Planning and Landscape Architecture. She is the Coordinator of the First Year Program of Architecture and teaches the Visual Communications course sequence in the Program of Architecture.
Visual Communication for Architects and Designers will be published by Routledge and is scheduled for release during the fall of 2020. Routledge is the world's leading academic publisher in the Humanities and Social Sciences publishing thousands of books and journals each year, serving scholars, instructors, and professional communities worldwide.
For more information or if you experience difficulties please contact Professor Margaret Fletcher at email@example.com. Indicate “National Design Presentation Call” in the subject line of the email.
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