Sunday, 24 November 2013


The folding and binding booklet as previously stated is to be placed into a series of booklets to be perfect bound. Hence, needing to following the same layout and structure. I wanted to show how each different type of fold or bind can be done and recreated yourself (by the reader).

I decided to show them in the simplest way possible, creating illustrations which can also be used as nets or guides for mock ups. Each illustration as shown below, was given a title and description of how it works. Italics were once again used for the headers.

Folding Methods, Page 1.

Folding Methods, Page 2.

The same layout and grid structure has been applied, with a header for the folding methods on the left hand side. I felt this didn't give the right aesthetic with the two folding methods pages being broken up. I decided to move the 'methods' header to the right hand side, as seen in other booklets, with a short intro underneath. The illustrations are now placed on the following double page spread. This is also makes it easier for the reader to view, compare, take in and analyse.

Additional illustrations for book binding. Simplistic and easy to understand. The same placement and layout composition has also been used.

Relevant instructions placed underneath each illustration.

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