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Technology Resources

Projects that are primarily designed to be consumed in print form can be created using many technologies, from pen on paper to complex photo editing software. What you use depends mostly on what you hope to achieve, as well as on time constraints and the author's level of technical experience.

Microsoft Word
One option for designing brochures is to use templates in Microsoft Word or a similar word processing program, but templates have several limitations.

Microsoft Publisher

Photoshop or Gimp

Teaching Visual Representations of Data

This is a chapter from Situating Research, a textbook-in-progress by Jennifer Campbell, Richard Colby, and Rebekah Shultz Colby. The chapter covers general concepts of document design, tables, charts, graphs, and illustrations.


Assignment Ideas

Non-profit Brochure - 1122 - Submitted by Jennifer Campbell

Broadside Assignment - 1122



Links

Brochure Design Tips

**Teaching Document Design, Not Formatting Requirements**

Recommended Reading


Affordances and Constraints