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ID214 Digital Design Graphics > Editorial design Lecturers Hyeon Jeong Suk & Seungeun Song T 4523, h.j.suk@kaist.ac.kr & vtamin@anbcom.co.kr TA Mokryun Baik T 4563, mokryun.baik@gmail.com Time Friday, 2pm ~ 6pm ffice hour d d 10 ~ 12 Office hour Wednesday, 10am ~ 12pm © Hyeon-Jeong Suk, CED Lab | Department of Industrial Design KAIST 1
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ID214 Editorial Design The Grid System e rid ystem e Gd Syste The Grid System The grid system (or grids) refers to the practice of laying out of a page using a grid of different sized and shaped rectangles to align items to. The purpose of the grid is to l i i tt f li d i t help the designer organize thecontent of thepage inapleasing and easy to digest manner for the viewer by imposing structure and cohesion to the layout. See the forest (before trees!) © Hyeon-Jeong Suk, CED Lab | Department of Industrial Design KAIST 2
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ID214 Editorial Design Page Elements Column and Gutter age ee t s © Hyeon-Jeong Suk, CED Lab | Department of Industrial Design KAIST 3
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Good Layout * Jan Tschichold Ja sc c o d © Hyeon-Jeong Suk, CED Lab | Department of Industrial Design KAIST 4
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ID214 Editorial Design Good Layout Good ayout Proportion he lden tio +b ) ere ften plied r ncient rchitecture The golden ratio (a+b:a = a:b) were often applied for ancient architecture. Parthenon temple (BC 447~BC 432) Great Pyramid of Cheops © Hyeon-Jeong Suk, CED Lab | Department of Industrial Design KAIST 5
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ID214 Editorial Design Good Layout Proportion he lden tio +b ) ere ften plied r aintings Good ayout The golden ratio (a+b:a = a:b) were often applied for paintings. <Bathers at Asnieres>, Georges Pierre Seurat, 1884 The first center The second center © Hyeon-Jeong Suk, CED Lab | Department of Industrial Design KAIST 6
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ID214 Editorial Design Good Layout Number Sequences: Fibonacci Sequence Good ayout 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, 21, 34,… Golden ratio © Hyeon-Jeong Suk, CED Lab | Department of Industrial Design KAIST 7
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Number Sequences: Fibonacci Sequence © Hyeon-Jeong Suk, CED Lab | Department of Industrial Design KAIST 8
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