Poster Development

D&AD, Design Competition, Visual Research

Assembling My Posters in InDesign

Once I felt satisfied I knew roughly how I wanted my posters to look, based on the mock up, I began shifting and fixing my composition to a grid in InDesign, making things come together for my final posters, playing with colours and composition, choosing typefaces and sizes.

 

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At this point, my potential final three posters were starting to look almost complete as I was happy with how I had fitted my images and accompanied them with text. However I wasn’t convinced with the use of a single word on my posters as it didn’t feel as though it was really communicating message to it’s audience or even making comment on the image behind it so people may know what it is about. I realised I needed to perhaps look at how posters function which may help me think about how to use text more effectively on mine.

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