Alex Cunningham | Assignment #11

Alex Cunningham | Assignment #11

  These two grids are examples of a hierarchical grid, and a manuscript grid respectively. These are both breakdowns of online media due to my travelling. I find it interesting that many websites use hierarchical setups, and often use unequally […]

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Pam Vickars / Assignment #11 – Grids

The Column Grid was taken from a watercolour painting book.  The two columns make it easy to follow and the placement of the images, particularly the one that is angled and falls slightly outside of the grid lines, adds interest. […]

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Stephanie Mackintosh | Assignment #11

Stephanie Mackintosh | Assignment #11

The first image on the left side is a hierarchical grid. This article has done a great job with its design because its formation takes the eye where the designer wants the eye to go.  It makes you read from […]

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Amber Crittenden~Assignment #11

Amber Crittenden~Assignment #11

  This hierarchical grid is successful because it allows for a natural flow of information in the title with room for an image or illustration in the lower third of the grid. This hierarchal grid is successful because the page […]

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Noriko Fujiwara / Assignment #11

Noriko Fujiwara / Assignment #11

The first one is from Japanese fashion magazine which tells useful spring clothes. This page uses modular grid with three basic columns and many flow lines. I thought this design is successful because I can clearly see the all clothes and […]

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