Getting a final outcome back from print is one of the most exciting parts of a project and I’m so happy with my printed magazine!
I was under the impression that once I’d ‘finished’ the PDF document for my magazine I could send it off for printing and that would be that. Obviously, that was never going to happen but I had the hope in my soul…
The step between my first InDesign development post and this one in a way looks like a big leap but much of the document was set up in regards to margins and guidelines; the colour palette and art direction was then pulled across the various pages.
Since sketching out potential layout ideas and developing my front cover, I’ve had time to complete two spreads and two single pages which have completed the recipe aspect of the magazine.
I think I can now safely say that my digital portfolio (part one of two) is coming together pretty well! This part is my website and I have pushed past the bare-bones of the Wix template to create something that isn’t bells and whistles but actually does what I need it to do and is… Read More Design Competition: Digital Portfolio
Something that I’ve definitely learnt while being in uni is the importance of planning and not just jumping straight into designing digitally.