With more quality TV programming than ever, the title sequence has become a gigantic, possibly even integral, part of telling the story for many modern TV shows. I've often discovered a title sequence on Vimeo, Motiongrapher or Art of the Title without ever watching the show it was made for — and in some cases, I've had a friend send me a title sequence for a show just because he knew that I'd probably nerd out on the awesome UI designs and motion graphics. A few times, this ultimately led me to becoming addicted to the show, proving that the power of good design should not be ignored. While there were so many amazing title sequences put out this year, this list is strictly for TV.
While browsing various design communities, whether it be the Graphic Design subreddit, a forum or social media, I often come across Designers asking each other "What design book(s) should I read?" Being a book lover, I always jump at the chance to tell them about one of the amazing books I've read, or am often in the middle of reading. I've even gone so far as to compile an ever growing, master list of books related to Graphic Design on Reddit. So as my very first blog post, I figured what better way to tell them about these books than to write about them?