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The production of personal computers by competitors of Apple Macintosh as well as the ease with which film can be processed through its programs created a huge increase in the number of professionals interested in graphic design. This became evident by the growth in the number of agencies design offices publishing houses and service centres. Personal computers affected the technical and artistic aspects of production. Some production centres were able to develop their skill base and by recruiting experienced designers and developing them by organising training courses. These highly trained individuals achieved high standards of work within and outside Jordan and were able to compete with others in the Arab regions and captured a share of these markets producing many publications.
Some publishing houses have graphic design offices which also acquired these systems to ensure the production of books and magazines to a similar quality. Linotype was also used to prepare the design of brochures and advertising materials that cannot be hand drawn. With time Linotype was also used for the preparation of other material by this method including greeting cards posters and advertisements. The design and printing sectors found the computer to be an effective way of improving productivity. In 1988 with the arrival of the first design computer by Apple Macintosh the numbers of workers in the field increased and performance progressed in the pre-printing stages such as film making and separation. However the expense of computers meant that there use was still limited.
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Between 1891 and 1896 the William Morris Kelmscott Press published some of the most significant graphic products Arts and Crafts Movement (Arts and Crafts) and established a lucrative business based on the design of books of great stylistic refinement and selling them to the upper classes as luxury items. Morris proved that a market existed for works of graphic design establishing the separation of design from production and the fine arts. The work of the Kelmscott Press is characterized by its recreation of historic styles especially medieval. First Vanguards Poster for the Moulin Rouge in Paris. Made by Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec with color lithography in 1891. Thanks to Art Nouveau graphic design and visual clarity gained by the composition. Isotype of the Bauhaus.