Alternative Teaching

Endless amounts of young adults go through the public school system in Georgia, and a one-track teaching method allows at-risk youth to fall through the cracks. Alternative Teaching is a book that educates alternative ways of teaching the at-risk youth that go through the education system. With the assistance of designer Jonathan Splitlog, we created, designed, illustrated the 120-page textbook.

Client: Alternative Teaching LLC
Agency: Graham Robson Design
Capabilites: Design

What you've all been waiting for...

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Diagrams
Part of the task was to create a diagram style that illustrated the complex ideas that happen within a classroom.

Illustrations
In the field of textbooks, it's common view to see books riddled with stock photography and drab congested design. We created simple cut-paper illustrations to represent the abstract teachings of the book.

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Laughter

Laughter

Laughter

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Consistency

Consistency

Consistency

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Active Teaching

Active Teaching

Active Teaching

Breaker Icons
To alleviate the monotony of so many common textbooks, the authors created call outs, easy-to-read tips, and personal anecdotes to guide you through the content. We created identifying icons to spot each of the recurring topics.

Breaker Icons
Hey there, this is the default text for a new paragraph. Feel free to edit this paragraph by clicking on the yellow edit icon. After you are done just click on the yellow checkmark button on the top right. Have Fun!

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Graham Robson Design
All Rights Reserved.

Graham Robson Design.
All Rights Reserved.


Graham Robson Design.

All Rights Reserved.


Graham Robson Design.

All Rights Reserved.

Atlanta, Georgia
The United States of America.

Atlanta, Georgia.
The United States of America.

Atlanta, Georgia.
The United States of America.

2018.