Join Nigel French for an in-depth discussion in this video Sketching thumbnails, part of Designing a Magazine Layout.
I know you are rearing to get going with this but before you do, we need to…sketch some thumbnails and this will save us a tremendous amount of time and it…will help clarify our thoughts and result in a much better layout.…Now, these are my thumbnails. They may not mean anything to you but they have…been tremendously useful to me and you will notice that I have actually drawn…them on a grid work of the document itself. So I've got to show you how we can…do this, how we can print out thumbnails that have a column grid on them and…this might be of use to you.…
Of course, your thumbnails don't need to do this and really your thumbnails may…just be the airsickness bag that you took out of the sick bag in front of you…and started scribbling on your flight over here and that's actually how these did originate.…But if you want a more structured approach to it, here is a possible solution.…So we are still in Layout 3 and here we are on our master page. We need to…actually switch to a Document page here. So I have gone to the first spread in our document.…
- Identifying the common parts of a magazine feature article
- Creating an efficient workflow using Bridge
- Designing with bleeds and crossovers
- Creating and applying paragraph, character, and object styles
- Designing and working with a baseline grid
- Preflighting documents
- Creating print-ready PDFs
Skill Level Intermediate
Designing a Business Card With Illustrator CS3with Nigel French36m 7s Intermediate
1. Document Essentials
2. Working with Images
3. Working with Text
4. Designing Page Elements
5. Proofing and Output
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