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Cross-Cultural Design:
Communicating in the Global Marketplace. By Henry Steiner and Ken Haas. 229 pages. Thames and Hudson, 1995.
The first book to examine the challenges and rewards experienced by the world’s leading communication professionals when handling assignments outside their own cultures.
Henry Steiner’s stimulating essay Spam Sushi and Chameleons provides a conceptual framework for succeeding in the global marketplace.
Jan Morris: … it opened my eyes … Henry Steiner is one of the very best.
Far Eastern Economic Review: Steiner brings to the text a wealth of detail and a taste of how designers think and communicate.
Design Annual: … provides strong lessons
Library Journal: … this book is unique