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  本篇代写价格-瑞士风格的早期影响讲了瑞士风格的早期影响可以追溯到很长一段时间。将这种风格的发展置于历史背景中是很有帮助的,因为它的早期影响将指示这些元素如何以及从哪里开始影响平面设计。1910年代的恩斯特·凯勒被认为是最早与国际印刷风格相关的人之一。这是他在苏黎世应用艺术学院教给学生的一种风格。本篇代写价格文章由英国第一论文 Assignment First辅导网整理,供大家参考阅读。

  The early influence of the Swiss style could be tracked over a long period of time. It is useful to place the development of the style in historical context, as its early influences would be indicative of how and where the elements started to affect graphic design. Ernst Keller of the 1910’s was considered to be one of the foremost people associated with the International Typographic Style. This was a style that he taught to his students in the School of Applied Arts in Zurich. When a design style is taught it more often than not morphs into many. The design artists who learn a style will focus on how to keep the original elements and at the same time would attempt to bring in some newer ways of reproduction of the elements. In order to encourage this instructor like Ernst Keller ensured that students did not have to adopt a specific style. This encouraged student to have their own design solutions. While allowing for creativity in solutions, the students were asked to be mindful of the content. This can be seen as an early version of the modernist principle of ‘form following function’ or the ‘form follows function’. In fact, this form of encouragement as seen during the days of the Swiss style was what would have directly led to development of the modernist function too. In the form following function, form and function are considered to be unified. This was the concept behind the design of the Guggenheim where visitors who enter the museum would be able to take the ramp for travelling and at the same would be able to enjoy an art viewing experience when they take the spiral ramp. The influence of educators like Ernst Keller hence ensured that young talents could use Swiss styles respectful of content, but with creativity of their own. This is one of the main contributions that led to the style being existent for long. Where the rules are less the art form could spread in usage much faster.

  The influence of Ernst Keller was hence instrumental in bringing up more contributions from other artists as well. Over time, many other designers contributed to this style and this is where the Swiss style characteristics came to be amalgamated. Over the following three decades, taking up on the step of Ernst Keller and using his principles of adopting design style with lesser restrictions, a number of important Swiss designers would contribute to the development of the style.