Book Design Typography Workshop Emphasizes Information Hierarchy
New 'Setting The Table' Typography WorkshopAt TypeEd Will Be Lead By Experienced Book Designer, Shannon Losorelli-Doronio
LOS ANGELES (PRUnderground) January 27th, 2014
TypeEd, the LA-based typography education program for the design community, announced publication designer Shannon Losorelli-Doronio as the guest instructor for the “Setting The Table” workshop, which will teach the fundamentals of publication design. The seven-hour intensive sessions will be repeated on two dates; Saturday, March 15 and Saturday, May 10 at TypeEd HQ in downtown Los Angeles, California.
“Publication design organizes information to deliver a message in the most impactful way possible,” said Losorelli-Doronio. “Presentation, organization and well-thought-out concepts engage the reader.”
“Shannon’s workshop will add immensely valuable skills for designers. And she’ll help advanced designers how to implement a sophisticated use of information hierarchy and layout,“ noted Michael Stinson, Director of Education at TypeEd.
Losorelli-Doronio is a partner at Parallel-Play, a multi-disciplinary design studio in northern Los Angeles. She has recently designed and developed annual reports for both 826LA and 826National, Edward Kienholz and Frederick Hammersley exhibition catalogs for LA Louver, A Ring of Sunshine Around the Moon book for the Echo Park Time Travel Mart, and Beard, a book of photographs from the World Beard and Moustache Championships by Matthew Rainwaters for Chronicle Books.
Tickets are $150, $140 for AIGA Members and $125 for college students. Pre-registration is required before attending. Participants must have a basic understanding of letterform anatomy before enrolling and encompass basic Adobe InDesign skills, and have taken the Type 2 Class offered at TypeEd. Participants must bring a laptop computer with Adobe InDesign installed.
Registration for the Setting The Table workshop will open mid-February.
TypeEd is an educational program of typography and typesetting courses for designers, students and practitioners. Spearheaded by the partners of the Los-Angeles design studio Ramp Creative, TypeEd offers ground level training in the craft of typography—a fundamental skill for anyone working in print, web and motion design, and advertising. For more information visit http://www.Type-Ed.com or follow @TypeEd.