Assistant professor, Amy Huber recently completed a book published by Routledge Press entitled Telling the Design Story: Effective and Engaging Communication. The book focuses on crafting cohesive and innovative design presentations by leveraging the power of storytelling. It is comprised of nine chapters and features artwork by FSU alumni Anna Osborne, Emily Swerdloff, and Christine Titus in addition to multiple design practitioners and video communications experts. Additionally, Huber created over 80 images for the book and exerted full control over its layout and typesetting. The book is sold both in hardback and paperback editions in the United States and the United Kingdom. It is also available on Amazon and Barnes and Noble websites.