Laid Out for All to See — Processes of Layout and Editorial Design
Written by Weiming Huang
Edited by Tan Cher Lynn
Layout — an often misunderstood aspect of design.
As layout designers, we often hear people telling us that layout is easy: just putting text and images on a page and moving it around to make it “nice”.
Flipping Pages documents the best in editorial design in recent years, and presents to you the details of each designed page. The book will also go behind the scenes and explain the processes behind each page. So, the next time you pick up a book (flip through the pages, smell the paper and indulge in the readable and legible text), appreciate the sweat and tears the editors, designers and publishers have put into it.