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His invention is still sold today and is known as the Franklin stove. "American advertising initially imitated British newspapers and magazines. Advertisements were printed in scrambled type and uneven lines that made it difficult to read. Franklin better organized this by adding 14 point type for the first line of the advertisement; although later shortened and centered it, making "headlines". Franklin added illustrations, something that London printers had not attempted. Franklin was the first to utilize logos, which were early symbols that announced such services as opticians by displaying golden spectacles. Franklin taught advertisers that the use of detail was important in marketing their products. Some advertisements ran for 10 20 lines, including color, names, varieties, and sizes of the goods that were offered. The printing press made books more widely available. Aldus Manutius developed the book structure that became the foundation of western publication design. This era of graphic design is called Humanist or Old Style.

 

 

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Should have known the answer myself, but got sidetracked trying to wrestle with Adobe Creative Suite. Can't wait to look at some of your other pages as time allows. And you can bet that I'll take you up on your invitation to ask about other design questions. You guys are a LOT more helpful than Adobe Support. am thrilled to have found your site. Thanks for the info.

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That's not to say that print media is dead completely. It does suggest that there are various opportunities for the graphic designer. Being open to this change is essential moving forward if you plan on being a part of the industry longer term. Qualities of a graphic designer If you plan on becoming a graphic designer that makes it, you're going to want to have certain qualities that will help you along. Creativity is a very important factor for those wanting a career in design. Does this mean you have to be a great artist?While it can help, it's not necessary. Being able to paint and sketch can help for sure, but the important thing is to be able to problem solve and arrange design concepts in a creative way. There are graphic designers for example that are more into the photography side of things that couldn't sketch for their lives and still are amazing designers. It's all about creativity of vision, patience and visual problem solving. Time to get educated. Although there may be some that make it to the industry just by talent alone, most, if not all of us I'm talking you and me here need some sort of certificate or degree to land a job as a graphic designer.