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  • Sadokierski, Zoe; Sweetapple, Kate (Northumbria University, 2013)
    In order to remain relevant in the digital age, physical libraries have to strengthen their position as social and cultural spaces. They need to find ways to challenge existing users perceptions of the collections and how ...
  • Sadokierski, Zoe (Sage Publications, 2006)
    Essay shifting the idea of 'designer as author' to 'designer as mediator'.
  • Sadokierski, Zoe (Intellect Books, 2011)
    In conventional literary fiction, effective typography recedes. Grey rectangles of justified type are so familiar they are essentially invisible on the page, allowing the reader to slip into the world of the book unimpeded ...
  • Sadokierski, Zoe; Sweetapple, Kate (Department of Industrial Design, Faculty of Architecture, Chulalongkorn University, 2012)
    This paper discusses the methods practitioner-A researchers use to analyse written texts. Much attention towards the written word in design discourse is directed at typography - how words are used visually to communicate ...
  • Sadokierski, Zoe (Allen and Unwin, 2010)
    Five wounds (2010, Allen & Unwin) is a noteworthy title within Australian publishing because illustrated fiction for adult readers is an emergent field. Visual writing/hybrid books was the focus of my doctoral research, ...
  • Sadokierski, Zoe (Murdoch Books, 2010)
    'Visual writing' or 'hybrid books' is an emerging area of research within visual communication. Increasingly, both publishers and the book design community are recognizing that hybrid books are a powerful form of visually ...
  • Sadokierski, Zoe (Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2013)
  • Sadokierski, Zoe (Boccalatte Pty Ltd, 2009)
    Single page illustration, in response to Rebecca Huntley's essay 'Serious Hair'.
  • Sundays 
    Sadokierski, Zoe (DAB LAB, 2008)
    A bit of reading on a lazy Sunday is a favourite past time for many, which is why Zoe Sadokierski's exhibition Sundays will attract a few admirers.
  • Sadokierski, Zoe (Giramondo Publishing Company, 2007)
    Essay on the integration of graphic elements in contemporary novels