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Double Page Spread (DPS)
Two facing pages in a yearbook that are designed to appear as one cohesive design.
The main story of the newsletter is the body copy or text.
The largest element on your spread, usually an interesting photo/headline combination.
Includes special features, packages, picture bars, etc. that add to a page. Can be along the top, bottom, or side
a sidebar that has one purpose or theme the supports the page
when an element extends past the exterior margin to the edge of the page, without leaving a margin.
The two pica space between the left and right page on a double page spread.
A pre-made design/layout for each section
The largest type on your page. Works with the dominant photo to draw attention and create interest.
Used to make a blend between headline and page content
Text near a photo that tells about the photo and the people pictured. Who, what, when, where, why, how
A mini-headline for each caption to creatively describe the action
Information that helps the reader know their location in the book, including the page number, section name, page name, etc.
name of person who wrote or designed the page
A page-by-page listing of the yearbook's contents for staff use only
complete listing of all students, teachers, advertisers, and subjects included in the yearbook and the page numbers where they can be found. Index is in the back of the book
the number of times and ways students are covered in the book, only works if people have been tagged
(assigning names and grades to each person pictured, quoted, or included on a page)
pages at the beginning of each section to introduce the section
a page that follows each major section. It doesn't look anything like the other templates from that spread, but it does add on to that section's purpose
a set of printable or displayable text characters in a specific style and size.
A typeface with straight lines on the ends of letter strokes extending from the ends of the letters. (Times New Roman)
A typeface that is straight-edged. (Arial)
setting the text box and picture so that the words wrap around the image
The amount of pixels or graphical data in the body of an image.
A way to measure resolution, means dots per inch, same pixels per inch. We scan images at the lowest 300 dpi, best 600 dpi
The smallest discrete element of an image or picture (usually a single colored dot); "the greater the number of pixels per inch the greater the resolution."
type of photo file; file extension
type of photo file that maintains transparency
an image that has been altered to have a transparent background
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