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I'm working on a 15" x 21" poster than folds into a 5" x 7" card for mailing. The poster will be folded open, but the content will not necessarily be neatly contained in each 5" x 7" section — some content takes over two panels, some all three).
What is a best practice for creating a grid for such a poster?
Currently my grid divides each 5" x 7" section, with gutters that allow for room across each fold. While this ensures that small type near the fold will not cross it, the poster contains content that spans multiple columns and sections. This results in an uneven spacing of said columns (six columns appear more like three columns on one section followed by a large gutter and three more columns in another section).
I just published my first Zine-it's free and is supposed to be published online!
You may or may not like it. If you don't, please tell me what's wrong with it. But here's the finished design and copy, all set in beautiful Futura.
Go nuts and share it with everyone if you like it enough,
Ok i must be going crazy here but i just cant figure out how to set up this grid in indesign. can anyone help?
its for a booklet, dimensions are as follows:
240mm x 120mm when opened as spread
120 mm x 120 mm: single page
thanx in advance.