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OUGD504 - Design For Print

Research

I experimented with a lot of different print proccesses early on this module and this was hugely beneficial in the

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development of my concept and when it came to writing the content for my book.


OUGD504 - Design For Print

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Font Choices

Coolvetica Helvetica

Stock

Colour Scheme

- Thick matte throughout - Mount board front and back cover - Laminated for how to guides - Fireproof paper for gift wrap

Design Decisions

I chose a clean, clinical design for this book that would not date and would allow the information and tactile quality of the book to be fully appreciated.

The heat reactive ink is a key feature working with the concept and getting people excited about print.


OUGD504 - Design For Print

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Print Book

How to guides

Apron

Pockets

- Explanation of print and why we should print. - Description of printing tools/ machinery - Seven print processes - Monoprint, linoprint, screen print, lasercut, foiling, flocking, embossing. - Stock consideration

- Monoprint, linoprint, screen print, lasercut, foiling, flocking, embossing. - Simple steps with clear diagrams/ illustrations. - Laminated for practicalities.

- Screen printed logo - Practical for printing.

- Printed in specific processes. - Hands on, tactile.

Content


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Final Products

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Printboards