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10 Useful Findings About How People View Websites

10 Useful Findings About How People View Websites | Artdictive Habits : Sustainable Lifestyle | Scoop.it

Gutenberg diagram It describes a general pattern the eyes move through when looking at (usually text-heavy) content. It fits this zoning conclusion pretty well, with the exception of the bottom right area.

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Eyetracking and research have studied how people look at websites. Here are 10 useful findings you can use.

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Photoshop VS InDesign: Which is Best for Print Design? Article

Photoshop VS InDesign: Which is Best for Print Design? Article | Artdictive Habits : Sustainable Lifestyle | Scoop.it
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These Photoshop & InDesign ‘pros’ and ‘cons’ are based on the experience Grace Fussell had in producing designs for print. Are you a similarly indecisive InDesign/Photoshop print designer? 

 

I have always asked this question. These days i have both open at the same time..

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Let’s talk about margins | Publishing & Books

Let’s talk about margins | Publishing & Books | Artdictive Habits : Sustainable Lifestyle | Scoop.it
We’re making a book.
The margins are important.
Do you know how important?
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For writers, publishers and graphic designers too..

 

"A book with proper margins says a number of things. It says, we care about the page. It says, we care about the words. We care so much that we’re going to ensure the words and the page fall into harmony. We’re not going to squish the text to save money. Oh, no, we will not not rush and tuck words too far into the gutter.

 

A book with proper margins says, We respect you, Dear Reader, and also you, Dear Author, and you, too, Dear Book."
- medium | @craigmod

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