In the world of print, style matters just as much as substance. With up to 40% of people deciding whether to buy a book based solely on the cover*, it’s evident that design plays a major role in how well a prospect or audience responds to a book, magazine, or other publication.
And it’s not just for commercially-available books and magazines; a good design can also pique interest in non-commercial publications. The Agile Artist designs layouts for a range of print material including books, magazines, case studies, portfolios, and more for both personal and organizational needs.
With designs and layouts that fit the theme of your book or magazine, you can rest assured that you’ll get the perfect look every time.
* Statistic from Does Design Matter?
Things you’ll need before beginning the project:
• A digital copy of any text that you would like to see included in your layout (if applicable)
• A digital copy of any specific images that you would like to see included in your layout (if applicable)
• Any specific images that you would like The Agile Artist to reference when designing your layout
You must legally own the copyrights to anything that you request The Agile Artist to use (specific text, images, etc.). If you do not own the copyrights, The Agile Artist cannot, by law, complete the project as requested.
If you are unsure as to whether or not you own the copyrights to your requested materials, a reference guide has been provided for you here.
If you have a question and can’t find your answer in the FAQ, please contact The Agile Artist through the Contact page, or simply send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org. :)