Editorial Design
 
The creation, design and layout of books, magazines, catalogs, and brochures is an area of graphic design for which the DesignarteTM is highly oriented. The editorial design requires knowledge and specific skills, given their rules and constraints.


The editorial design is one of the most important activities that belong to the world of graphic design and that should always be done by professionals. A bad brochure, catalog, book for your company will convey a little image professional, very reliable, when the main objective of this editorial design is to convey credibility, confidence and competence of the company and, by trawling, of the products and/or services.

A good piece of editorial design helps your company's business to generate awareness and therefore sales, as well as helping to convey to their customers the position of the company and the products or services, helping to keep the brand and the products in the memory of the consumer.

A good editorial design is expected to pass a clear message, objective, concrete, as well as display the attributes that are most relevant to the company and the product or service. The editorial design is an activity that not all designers have the skills. It is necessary to have the experience and knowledge of how they should study, draw, design and project support of this responsibility. The grid and the layout should be defined in a phase primary so that the paging is coherent and consistent. Our agency's graphic design is highly dedicated to develop all types of media from editorial design.
The editorial design should not be forgotten in the plan and in the communication strategy of the company.

See our portfolio of graphic design, where you can find numerous examples of editorial design.



The process of creating a support editorial design

1 – Analysis and reflection as it is the dynamics of the interaction with the customers, of the contexts in which the booklet or catalog will be delivered and what are the goals of this piece. Advising on content taking into account the reality of the business.

2 - gather all the contents (texts, images, graphics).

3 – Creation of the information structure and division of content through the pages. Selects the information to put in, eliminating the redundant and create highlights/titles that help to segment information and make it easier to read (if one is necessary, the DesignarteTM provides the service of content creation, whether they are in text format, chart, illustration or photography).

4 – Creation of a model starting with a few pages so that the client can assess if the graphic design is consistent with the desired.

5 – Approved the graphic design of the brochure, book or catalogue on the part of the client, the DesignarteTM page the remaining pages.

6 - After a review and validation of all the texts on the part of the client, we move to the development phase of the artwork.

7 - Follow-up of the printing process up to delivery.



 
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