Start Somewhere by Ian Lynam

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USD $10.00 postpaid (international SAL shipping included)
Designers:
Ian Lynam | Wordshape
Publisher:
Wordshape
Categories:
All + Publications

Start Somewhere is a 76-page handbook about how to become a designer who writes. Most designers grapple with generating their own content. This zine is full of writing about *how* to write and more importantly, how to get started.

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Start Somewhere includes 14 hybrid design/writing exercises, a number of helpful tips, and is copiously illustrated.

Ian Lynam writes about exactly *why* designers have a hard time making their own content, design theory, design research, guilty pleasures, shoe fetishes, design curation, and a number of other topics.

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