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02 FEBRUARY 2014

Design conventions for magazine page layout design

"Each magazine page consists of several crucial elements. Image below is your guide and I will explain each of those elements in brief. Since these elements are important, you should have deeper understanding on how to work with them."

(Nikola Mileta, 26 March 2013, Magazine Designing)

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Adobe InDesignbleed (typography) • body copy • body text • box copy • byline • column width • content panel • copy editor • credits • deck (magazine design) • design conventions • design element • design for magazines • design for printdesign vocabulary • feature spread • foliographic design • gutter (printing) • headline • headline size • image bleed • image caption • intro • introduction • kicker (magazine design) • layout designmagazine designmagazine layoutmagazine spread • multi page spread • page columns • page design • page elements • page layout design • page margins • page navigation • page number • page size • page template • pagesettingprint design • publication date • publication design • publication logo • pull quote • pull-out • readability • running head • sans-serif type • sans-serif typeface • section head • section title • serif • serif type • subhead • subheading • subheads • text blocks • textual element • type element • type size • type style • visual communication • written text

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Simon Perkins
20 NOVEMBER 2013

Video tutorials: making a book using Adobe InDesign

Adobe InDesign video tutorials by Lesta2000 [http://www.youtube.com/user/lesta2000]

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2011Adobe InDesign • baseline grid • Blad • bleed (typography)book design • book layout and design • bookbinding • CMYK • crop marks • cropmarks • design for printdesktop publishing • dummy text • facing pages (typography) • flatplan • front matter • graphic designhow tohow to guide • impositioning • layout design • leading (typography) • Lorem Ipsum • online tutorialspage design • page grid • page layoutpage layout design • paragraph styles • perfect bound • placeholder text • prepress printing process • print design • saddle stitch • saddle stitch binding • signatures (publishing) • tutorialstypesettingtypographyvideo resources

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Simon Perkins
21 OCTOBER 2013

3 Design Layouts: Gutenberg Diagram, Z-Pattern, and F-Pattern

"Several layout patterns are often recommended to take advantage of how people scan or read through a design. 3 of the more common are the Gutenberg diagram, the z–pattern layout, and the f–pattern layout. ... While patterns like the Gutenberg diagram, the z–pattern, and the f–pattern layout suggest that there is a natural path the eye will take through a design, the reality is they refer only to designs dominated by large blocks of text with little to no hierarchy. ... Instead of trying to force your design into one of the patterns described, decide instead what information you want the viewer to see and through a series of focal points and design flow lead their eyes through your hierarchy of information. That's really the only pattern you need to use."

(Steven Bradley, 7 February 2011)

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design for the screen • F-layout design • F-pattern • Gutenberg diagram • layoutlayout designlayout patternslayoutspage layoutpage layout designpage layout patternUIviewing experiencevisual communicationvisual screen designweb designweb layoutweb page layoutsweb pages • Z-layout design • Z-pattern

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Simon Perkins
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