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THEME The Device That Binds the Book Together DEVELOPMEN T
Is both visual and verbal Relate to the school Relates to the year Is clear to the reader A GREAT THEME
Type Color Shape Pattern/Texture VISUAL THEME IDENTIFIERS
THEME VISUALS GO ON THE Cover Endsheet Title page Opening/Closing Dividers Folios Secondary story packages Index letter indicators
ON THE COVER Name of school + city, state Year Book name + volume number Theme statement/logo Theme statement Year Book name ON THE SPINE
Theme / Logo Year / Book Name Shape / Pattern Type / Color ubiquity 2011
Theme Statement/Logo School Name/City/State Year/Book Name/Volume Number 2011
ON THE ENDSHEET Theme statement Table of contents
Theme Statement/Logo Table of Contents
ON THE TITLE PAGE Theme statement Year Name of book + volume number School name Street address/city/state/zip Phone/fax number w/area code Website address Student population Staff population
OPTIONAL TITLE PAGE INFO Principal Each Class’s Population Athletic League
School Contact Information Student/Staff Population Optional Information Theme Statement/Logo Consistent Visual Theme Elements 2011 Year/Book Name/Volume #
Consistent Visual Theme Elements
Colophon Theme/Logo Index Letters
Consistent Visual Theme Elements
Sierra Middle School Parker, CO Jed Palmer, Adviser Ahren Moydell, editor THE VIEW WITHIN
Carlson High School Gibraltar, MI Sandra Strall, Adviser Hollie Agee, Julianne Chesney, editors EBB TIDE C THE DIFFERENCE
Casa Roble High School Orangevale, CA Dan Austin, Adviser Aarika LaMarr, Becca Moore, Kenny Teeter, editors RAMPAGES OUR BETTER IS BETTER
TEST YOUR THEME Recognizable? Repeatable? Relevant? Refreshing? Realistic? Is It
Recognizable Repeatable Relevant Refreshing Realistic IF IT’S NOT
RETHINK IT IT’S TIME TO
THEME DEVELOPMENT created in conjunction with Paul Ender Herff Jones Special Consultant
Design Principles By: Jonathan Gross. CONTRAST IT’S WHAT MAKES A READER LOOK AT THE PAGE IN THE FIRST PLACE BECAUSE IT GETS THE READERS ATTENTION. WHEN.
3.2 | Verbal Spin-Offs.
Purpose of Graphic Design Introduction: Presenting information clearly and in a way that conveys a message is one of the tasks of a graphic designer. You.
From Inspiration to PERFECTION Take it to the next level.
All About Yearbooks: the weekend edition Instructor: Brian Gervais PLANNING.
3.1 | Theme. STEP 1 - LEARN View this presentation to understand the purpose of a theme and how it is developed.
DESIGNING YOUR BOOK for the Write-A-Book Project © Seomra Ranga
COVER LETTER. Review Cover Letter Types of Resume Resume Portfolio Assignments SUMMARY.
Why is institutional identity important to ECSU? FIRST IMPRESSION - In many cases, the first contact a person has with ECSU is through a publication,
LETTERHEADS PURPOSE OF A LETTERHEAD
The Four Basic Principles C ontrast R epetition A lignment P roximity.
Writing a Persuasive Letter. This letter will be a Type Three Writing with the following Focus Correction Areas: Correct letter format Two paragraphs.
Writing a Resume Geography 494 Internship. Overview Preparation Resume categories Types of resumes Writing a cover letter Writing a thank you letter.
?v=4k4mkL70E3g. Business Cards are often considered to be the strongest marketing tool for a company. Business cards.
Cover Letters aka Application Letters. Purpose of a Cover Letter Provides a snapshot of your personality Conveys professionalism Demonstrates written.
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Theme design package design trends fonts and color.
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