Tuesday, February 5, 2008

Why Do We Sketch with Tangible Media?

1. Faster ideas.

2. More control (for some people).

3. You may not have a computer with you.

4. It looks too done on a computer. With a pencil, it's "fuzzy" and not as definite.

We are sketching out the brochure before we finally realize it onto the computer in Quark. It's useful because it's approximate. You need something to start with.


A picture is a box with an X going from corner to corner.

Text is a bunch of horizontal lines.

Dividing text into two collumns looks nice. The space between them is called the gutter.

Printing to the edge of the page is called bleeding.

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