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  • 1. Title Page Robert Burdi Page Layout Page Layout is the process of placing and arranging text and graphics on the page to produce documents such as newsletters, brochures, books and web pages.The verb page layout is the process of placing and arranging and rearranging text and graphics on the page to 1produce documents such as newsletters, brochures, books, etc.
  • 2. Page Layout Objective: To create a page layout using elements of good design. 1) Elements of a Page Layout - Design Grid and Pasteboard - Headline - Footer - Text - Pictures 2) Good Design - Concise and Organized - Structure 3) Design Distinctions - Captions - White Space/Negative Space - Additional Graphic ElementsPage Layout is the process of placing and arranging text and graphics on the page to produce documents such as 2newsletters, brochures, books and web pages.
  • 3. Page Layout The Elements 1) Grid and Pasteboard A modular and systematic approach to the layout which includes vertical and horizontal lines that are used to subdivide a page vertically and horizontally into margins, column spaces. Benefit: These subdivisions aid the design process quicker, and ensuring visual consistency between multi-page documents.Page Layout is the process of placing and arranging text and graphics on the page to produce documents such as 3newsletters, brochures, books and web pages.
  • 4. Page Layout The Elements 2) Headline A heading at the top of an article or page in a advertisement, newspaper or magazine. 3) Pictures A graphical item displayed on a screen. 4) Text Detailed descriptive text which refers to the specific item on the page layout. 5) Footer A line or block of text appearing at the foot of the page layout.Page Layout is the process of placing and arranging text and graphics on the page to produce documents such as 4newsletters, brochures, books and web pages.
  • 5. Page Layout What is the function of the Grid and Pasteboard?Page Layout is the process of placing and arranging text and graphics on the page to produce documents such as 5newsletters, brochures, books and web pages.
  • 6. Page Layout Good Design 1) Structured and Organized - Headline Line the Headline up with the on top of the Grid. - Footer Line the Footer at the bottom with the Grid. - Align Left American culture is familiar reading left to right. - Layout is easy-to-read With design you have the obligation to create a layout the viewer understands.Page Layout is the process of placing and arranging text and graphics on the page to produce documents such as 6newsletters, brochures, books and web pages.
  • 7. Page Layout Good Design 1) Structured and Organized - Text Keep text aligned left with Headline and Footer. - Pictures Float the Pictures in the white space opposite the text. Keep the picture opposite to the text it describes.Page Layout is the process of placing and arranging text and graphics on the page to produce documents such as 7newsletters, brochures, books and web pages.
  • 8. Page Layout What makes Page Layout Good Design?Page Layout is the process of placing and arranging text and graphics on the page to produce documents such as 8newsletters, brochures, books and web pages.
  • 9. Page Layout Design Distinctions 1) Captions Text added to a photo or graphic element, to draw attention to a particular section of the document. 2) White Space/Negative Space The visible pasteboard is just as important as the elements. 3) Additional Graphical Elements At time additional elements will be added to a Page Layout to increase it’s marketability.Page Layout is the process of placing and arranging text and graphics on the page to produce documents such as 9newsletters, brochures, books and web pages.
  • 10. Page Layout What is the purpose of a caption in Page Layout?Page Layout is the process of placing and arranging text and graphics on the page to produce documents such as 10newsletters, brochures, books and web pages.
  • 11. Page LayoutOverviewPage Layout is Subjective Based on or influenced by personal feelings, tastes, or opinions. Examples: Alignment, Audience, Placement in a publication…Good Design is Objective Structured, well organized, concise, and easy-to-read.Page Layout is the process of placing and arranging text and graphics on the page to produce documents such as 11newsletters, brochures, books and web pages.
  • 12. Page Layout Before After Good Design Page Layout consists of structure of the elements with personalized emphasize on details.Page Layout is the process of placing and arranging text and graphics on the page to produce documents such as 12newsletters, brochures, books and web pages.
  • 13. Page Layout Questions? Robert Burdi – Graphic Designer Cell: 630.272.8476 Email: rob.burdi@robertburdi.comPage Layout is the process of placing and arranging text and graphics on the page to produce documents such as 13newsletters, brochures, books and web pages.

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