This article appeared in Issue 105 of InDesign Magazine.
A guided tour through the eyes of a veteran designer and teacher
Designing a book is a challenge that combines time-honored aesthetics, a sound knowledge of InDesign’s long document features, and an openness to resourceful workarounds. Whether you’re laying out a novel, a technical document, or a treatise, the fundamentals are the same: you want to build a publication that is easy to read, easy to navigate, and—because you’ll inevitably need to make changes along the way—easy to update.. . . .
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