Thursday, 17 January 2013


This editorial piece utilises a spot colour that makes an appearance as an overprinted device to add more colour to an otherwise dull black and white spread. It helps give the book an identity, but I sometimes feel a random splash of yellow is irrelevant and can sometimes overcomplicate the design; demonstrated in the third image.


Conventionally, titles come at the top of the page. This example, however, uses an entire page to title the article. It goes against the norm, which provokes interest from the reader.


I really like the combination between editorial design, and data visualisation. The simple colour scheme - mainly black & red plus stock, simplifies the book and helps to keep things fresh and easy on the eye.


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