Posts tagged book design
A-Z of book publishing: JPEG and other images

How do you know which is best for the work you’re doing? In general, there are graphics formats suitable for printing which have a higher resolution and those for on-screen viewing or online publishing. Within each group, there are also formats that are better than others for the same task. Here’s the Hello Lovely run down on file types.

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A-Z of book publishing: finishing

Once the book has been printed or formatted and you have celebrated your wonderful achievement, there are copies to be sold. If you've done the right thing and got a designer to provide a striking cover design then you're on the way, but the most beautiful design won't sell you copies by itself. So how can you raise the game and be your own sales team if you're as introverted as me?

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Balsham, a village story, 1617-2017

I am thrilled to report the publication of a book that I've been designing and coaching (more on that later) on for the past year. It's called Balsham, a village story, 1617-2017 and it celebrates the wonderful world of mapping from the work of Elizabethan surveyor Thomas Langdon to the latest GIS technology and 400 years of history.  I'd love to tell you the story of the book, so if you are ready let's begin...

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