Posts Tagged ‘brochure’

While I was working on my point of sale materials, I realized that I have missed a part of infograph/brochure making part of the project. So I made another brochure last night and an infograph tonight. Also posting some of my sketches for the labeling and packaging.

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Last of the weekly activities for the layout topic is making a brochure for a fictitious travel agency. The goal is to learn more about typefaces, use of images and grid styles that make out a layout of a brochure. I chose the asymmetrical format as it gives me more room to experiment on my grid. At first, I wanted to make a minimalistic layout but I opted not since this is a learning activity and doing more means learning more at this stage. I am not yet done watching the tutorial videos on Lynda.com but I do visit it when problem arises. I encountered issues like the size of the image not fitting my grid or get in conflict with the text and the other way around and really tried hard to find solutions. Got page spread problem when I realized that my content page is actually two pages. Having images as background makes the design interesting but will challenge the placement of the text. I am liking the use of Indesign as it is very flexible.

Everything in this brochure came from scratch. I made the logo in illustrator. All pictures were my own and the titles but all the text content including telephone#s were copied and are fictitious.

 

 

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References:

yesta desamba. (2010). Design Tips for Modern Minimalist Design Style. Available: http://jayce-o.blogspot.com/2010/12/design-tips-for-modern-minimalist.html. Last accessed 28th oct 2012.

misty barton. (2010). Parts of a Brochure. Available: http://www.ehow.com/info_8263649_parts-brochure.html. Last accessed 28th oct 2012.