Design, production and checklists for print
design and publishing
Although intended for
use with Roger C. Parker's One-Minute Designer,
these worksheets can be profitably employed
by anyone creating brochures, newsletters
or other publications with page layout programs
like Microsoft Publisher, Adobe PageMaker
or Quark XPress.
Success begins by clearly
stating your publication's goals at
the start of your project.
Your publications unique
mix of text and graphics will play
a major role in design decisions.
The ability to correctly
apply selective emphasis depends on
identifying your publicatin's information
What type of image do you
want your publication to project?
What types of people do you want it
to appeal to?
Set deadlines by working
backwards from the date you want your
readers to encounter your publication.
Establishing a realistic
budget up front makes it easy to make
appropriate design decisions.
Your publication's format
depends upon where your readers will
Use this as a guide to proofing
your publication before you take it
to the printers.