Samuel Edsall is an Associate Professor at the Department of Broadcasting at Western Illinois University with advanced degrees in Mass Communication and Computer Graphics Design. He teaches upper level undergraduate courses in television production, computer graphics and animation, online, and multimedia journalism.
2007 0-7734-5470-5 This is an instructional text on the design of computer graphics for the television medium. It examines the purpose of television graphics, history, the television medium of graphic design, visual perception and cues, typography, design principles, use of digitally captured images, ethical ramifications, and the future of television graphics. It also includes a selection of professional examples. The text examines the mind of the designer and the design problem-solving process. Many of the principles discussed in this work are applicable to other disciplines including web, multimedia, and other small screen media. Up-to-date and in-depth, this text is a valuable research instrument in the study of computer graphic design, broadcasting, and radio/television technology. This book contains 20 Black and White prints and 12 Color prints.