5397 readersDesigning a cover for an eBook has considerations different from designing physical book covers. Joel Friedlander’s www.TheBookDesigner.com has a monthly competition for eBook cover designs — for inspiration, check out the winners here. (Thanks to Roger C. Parker for this one. Read his “Tips for eBook Front Cover Designs” here.) addthis_url = 'http%3A%2F%2Fwww.planetquark.com%2F2012%2F02%2F23%2Febook-cover-awards%2F';
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6165 readersThe Complete Manual of Typography, 2nd edition, by James Felici, condenses timeless wisdom and timely technology into one complete guide. It explains everything about type designs and usage, from font characteristics to using CSS3 on the Web. Great books on typography are rare — if you had only one book on typography, this should be
3311 readersI was about 9 years old when I bought my first comic. When I was 15 a graphic novel saved my life. My older sister collects manga. Now I live a stone's throw away from a comic book shop. Somehow, comics have always seemed to creep ...
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1930 readersWe’re sure someone will pull us up about this later, but for the moment we can’t remember the last time we saw a magazine cover that truly let us have it with both barrels. We don’t mean a beautiful cover – check out Take Note Award winner Gather Journal for a fine example of that.
1354 readersSince 1904: House of the Golden Fleece is a book that spans the history of the Isaac Spiewak & Sons company, a promotional piece that would teach, stimulate, and promote the brand within its own group. With the wealth of materials...
1937 readersSeeking a fresh new way to say 'I love you' this Valentine's Day? Try one of these five creative ideas that go beyond simple store-bought cards.
482 readersThat’s what Jeremy Renner tells you to do in the trailer for the August issue of the magazine. Wait … trailer, as in movie trailer? Yes dear print lovers, Esquire created its second movie trailer (Rated E of course!) to promote this summer issue. Complete with a pretty youth thing in lacey skimpies, a handsome actor
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