Hi guys, Recently finished a good design book, reviewed it on my blog and have decided to give a copy away: kenreynoldsdesign.co.uk – Design Book Givewaway Easy enough to enter, part of the book seems to go quite well with a discussion going on in this thread at the moment: http://www.designforums.co.uk/graph...ustainability-responsibility-3.html#post54421 Here's the blurb of the book: Independently-minded designers need sound advice on striking out on their own, and guidance on the ethical and practical issues facing designers today. This book offers guidance on employment options straight out of college; setting up as a freelancer; establishing a firm; finding and keeping clients; pitching, and generally doing good work. In the near-endless stream of books on design and designers, there has never been a book on how to be a graphic designer until now. Also included are interviews with leading designers working in the US and UK today, including Neville Brody, John Warwicker, Rudy VanderLans and Alexander Gelmen.How to be a graphic designer… is a practical and inspirational user’s guide for designers who want to create meaningful work without losing their shirts… or their souls. I hope some of you will give it a look and enter.