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B The end of the printed Encyclopedia

Schedule

* Lecture by Tom Ockerse in auditorium
* Review book models
* InDesign tour of Master Pages, Styles
* Review “collected book” documentation

Present your book model to the class. What influenced the decisions that you made. Make specific mentions of content when appropriate. What are the parts, and how do they connect
to form a consistent grammar? Also consider discussing what the advantages are of your structure versus other options?

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Come into class with a working design for one occupation. Remember you are creating a system that will be applied to every single occupation within the book. Your system dictates how all occupations will ‘act’. How will one occupation display similarly or differently than the others. How does your design create order, but allow for visual variety?

Look for ways to extend the “grammar” of the book model into the 2D space. The structural decisions you’ve made for the outside should eventually connect to the inside.

A pdf for next week is fine, although you should be printing on your own to hone the design.

Meet in the auditorium at 11:20a for the lecture

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