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book structure

[′bu̇k ‚strək·chər]
(geology)
A rock structure of numerous parallel sheets of slate alternating with quartz.
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The Surface of Meaning is a history that works in the context of other recent studies in book design.
In the first section, "Looking like books," Hendel gives an overview of book design and discusses changes that have taken place over the past century.
Stewig (1995) advises readers to view book design elements as part of the total work.
The book combines a sound introduction to the foundations of typography and book design with practical advice useful to both the student and the practitioner.
I was not taught book design," Derek Birdsall states in the preface to his entertaining and idiosyncratic Notes on Book Design; "this book plots a learning curve of my experience and purpose--which is quite simply the decent setting of type and the intelligent layout of text and pictures based on a rigorous study of content.
Prices for creative work such as book design, illustration and editorial work can be 40% less in India than in the UK.
MapSet has built up a reputation for high-quality book design for large-scale projects in environmental publishing.
Tom Underhill, owner and designer of a book design and publishing company, will talk about ``Scanning and Photo Retouching.
After the Second World War, Charlie Thorson returned to Winnipeg to pursue his new interest in children's book design.
Everything from book design to tapestries is covered, as are most of the main branches of the movement (there is even an excursion into the Aesthetic Movement and Christopher Dresser).
A thorough guide to the making of books by elementary grade students, this publication explores the ways and means of book design.