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Some key dates in the History of Graphic Design. Lecture for BA Digital Media Design, LCC, University of the Arts London

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    • Some Key Dates ofGraphic Design History BA DIGITAL MEDIA DESIGN Lesson: Design for Digital MediaLondon College of Communication University of the Arts London Angela Michanitzi
    • 15,000 - 10,000 BC• The first known visual communication, with pictographs and symbols in the Lascaux caves in southern France. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bzShXDxm2v8
    • 3600 BC• The Blau Monument, the oldest artifact known to combine words and pictures.
    • 105 AD• Chinese government official Tsíai Lun or Cai Lun credited with inventing paper.
    • 1045 AD• Pi Sheng invents movable type, allowing for characters to be individually placed for printing.
    • 1276• Printing arrives in Europe with a paper mill in Fabriano, Italy.
    • 1450• Johann Gensfleisch zum Gutenburg credited with perfecting the system for printing type in books.• http://www.youtube.com/watch#!v=qexDBgWM2X8&feat ure=related
    • 1460• Albrecht Pfister the first to add illustrations to a printed book.
    • 1470• Nicolas Jenson, considered one of history’s greatest typeface designers, sets news standard for Roman type.
    • 1530• Claude Garamond opens first type foundry, developing and selling fonts to printers.• http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KubB0PQAK5g
    • 1722• First Caslon Old Style font developed.
    • 1760• Industrial Revolution begins, setting the stage for advances in graphic design production.
    • 1796• Author Aloys Senefelder develops lithography.• http://www.youtube.com/watch#!v=JHw5_1Hops c&feature=related
    • 1800• Lord Stanhope invents first printing press made of all cast-iron parts, requiring 1/10 the manual labor and doubling the possible paper size.
    • 1816• First sans-serif font makes a subtle entrance as one line of a book.
    • 1860• Arts and Crafts Movement - John Ruskin, William Morris, Gustav Stickley.• http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xVjcyH72Vfo
    • 1861• Williams Morris, who became a highly influential figure in design history, sets up art-decorating firm.• http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X3kLR4N10Qg
    • 1880• Development of halftone screen allows for first photo printed with a full range of tones.
    • 1890• Art Nouveau movement begins and changes design, making its way into all types of commercial design and utilizing all types of arts.
    • 1901• Frank Lloyd Wright - The Art and Craft of the Machine; basic principles of modern industrial design; future designers create prototypes for machine production.
    • 1910• AEG (German General Electric). This is the beginning of ʻcorporate imageʼ.
    • 1916• Dada Movement. George Grosz, Hannah Hoch, Kurt Schwitters, Marx, Ernst, Marcel Duchamp, Andre Breton, Hans Arp.
    • 1917• The Art movement called De Stijl, Dutch for ʻThe Styleʼ was on the rise.
    • 1919• The Bauhaus, a German school, is founded, eventually providing the framework for modern design.
    • 1919• Constructivism movement originated in Russia. El Lissitzky, Alexander Rodchenko, Vladimir Taltin, Naum Gabo.
    • 1932• Stanley Morison oversees design of Times New Roman font, commissioned by the Times of London.
    • 1947• Swiss design: Armin Hofmann, Emil Ruder.
    • 1950• The New York School: Paul Rand, Alexey Brodovich, Henry Wolf, Herb Lubalin, George Lois.
    • 1956• Paul Rand designs IBM logo using City Medium typeface.
    • 1957• Max Miedinger designs Neue Haas Grotesk font, later renamed Helvetica.
    • 1960• Pop art; Pentagram Design: Colin Forbes, Theo Crosby; Scandinavian Designer: Alvar Aalto.
    • 1961• Italian Designer: Ettore Sottsass, Memphis group Movement.
    • 1968• Post-Modernism: Wolfgang Weingart, Steff Geissbuhler, Odermatt & Tissi.
    • 1969• Douglas Engelbart develops first computer mouse, setting the stage for the future tool of graphic design.
    • 1970• Corporate graphics: Olivetti, CBS, CIBA, Chase, Mobil.
    • 1979• New Wave: April Greiman, Kenneth Hiebert, Paula Scher.
    • 1984• Apple releases first Macintosh computer, featuring bitmap graphics.
    • 1985• Aldus, formed by Paul Brainerd, develops PageMaker software. Brainerd coins the phrase Desktop Publishing.
    • 1990• Photoshop version one is released.
    • 1990• Physicist Tim Berners-Lee develops the world wide web, along with HTML and the concept of website addresses.
    • Brief 1• Research, predict and record the development of the Graphic Design from 1990 to 2020. In your blog instigate your own timeline for your findings.• Deadline and Critique: End of Term 1