Interior Page Design

We offer three levels of page design, shown below. More details about what each interior page design level includes and pricing.
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This fictional novel was simple, but the addition of an illustration to the chapter pages gives it more interest than merely listing the chapter number.
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This simple fiction design was given a Grecian flavor that dresses up it's simple form. Small illustrations break up the text. The type is readable and clean, perfect for fiction, novels or short stories.
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The designer took a lighthearted design approach to a lighthearted book about fishing. The specialized type treatments and graphics gave the book a fun and interesting flair. Fiction can be visually interesting too.
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A non-fiction journalistic account of the prevalence of drug use in rural America, this design was more than a simple fiction layout, but the lack of photos and footnotes placed it into the Level 2 category.
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This nonfiction book was full of color and historical photos, requiring a multiple column layout. The running footers and extensive front and back matter put it into the Level 3 Text Design Category.
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Family history books and genealogies are complex and detailed, putting them firmly into the category of Level 3 Text Design. Not only are they usually full of photos, but also pedigree charts, maps and tables.
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Family and area history books are also complex. They may contain many appendices, back matter and front matter and many captions. They also often have multiple column layouts and running headers that take time to format.
ebooks
eBook designs do not look exactly like print designs, by they try to retain as much of the layout as possible. Fiction is particularly suited for the ebook formats, but some non-fiction can be designed well also.
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