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Division/ Divider page
A page or double-page spread that separates different sections of the book.
It is located in the back of the book and a list of all students/faculty/staff people.
It appears at top or bottom of each page, may run from corner to corner of spread, and info in folio may include page number, photo credits, page credits, section identification, logo, and theme.
A statement giving publishing credit and technical information: type faces and sizes used, paper stock, layout styles, graphic devices, number of copies, cost to students, printer, professional photography and honors earned, membership in professional organizations.
Anything other than text that appears on a page like photos, clip art, logos, and visual designs.
The complete set of all: letters, numbers, any type face
Color choices to be used in the book, pre-designed, do your own, 2014 book used Robust, and 2015 book will use a mixture of colors.
Unit of measure in the printing industry. It is equal to 12 points. Used for measuring the width and height of content, and looks like graph paper.
The theme is the key to the book, reflects(in some way) the school and students, theme is carried throughout the book and should be evident on every single page. Theme is visual and verbal.
An organizational tool on which the entire book is laid out, the ladder is created in a chart format, outlines the pages in a signature, used for planning, the layout breaks the book into signatures and multiples. It includes the order of the book page by page, page content, color placement, spread assignments, and deadlines.
A set of 16 pages and our book consists of 17 of these or 282 pages. A set of 8 pages within a signature.
Two pages located next to each other and even and odd pages appearing as a unit.
Front, back, and spine
It includes the book theme and some graphic.
Maybe a part of photo/design on front of book OR it may be blank.
It includes school name, year, and volume number
Heavy sheet of paper that attaches the book to its cover, they appear on the inside of the front and back covers of the book, they maybe left blank or designed to follow the theme, and are white or colored.
Table of Contents
Appears at the front of the book, a list of all sections and the page number for each section.
The very first page of book (excluding end sheets, or signatures pages located at front of book). It includes school name, address and main telephone, school web address, number of students/faculty, tie into the theme, volume number and school year.
An imaginary horizontal line of 1-pica spacing used as a unifying device, which runs across the two facing pages, visually linking the spread.
Editing image area to be reproduced. Enhances a photo's visual impact by removing dead space from the sides, top or bottom.
The inner space b/w the 2 pages of a spread where the paper runs into a spine.
A column of text that flows around a photo, quote, graphic, or art.
A picture that extends beyond the margins of the page, extending off the page.
Trapped white space
Any space on a page that is free of graphics and text
The way stories are followed and reported, it is divided into copy and captions, and there are various types of these.
The text that appears on the pages of the yearbook. The text that tells some type of story relating to the photos and is also known as the story.
Not only identifies the who, what, when, where, why, and how of a picture, but also tells something extra to amplify the message. May tell reader what happened before or after the picture, and it should tell the reader and something she/he does not know from looking at the picture.
A line or large type used to tell the reader what is to follow, introducing main point of interest of the copy. Font sizes will vary depending on the story.
Supplements the primary headline by adding info or identification, can be used within the body copy to break up copy-heavy areas and is usually set in a larger point size and/or heavier weight than body copy.
Dominate story/ photo
An element or elements attract immediate reader attention, achieved by making a photo or visual package two-and-one half to 3 times larger than any other element on spread.
Each modular(mod) has a headline, photos, graphics, copy or caption. A spread typically has 3-5 mods(stories).