A printed area that extends beyond the trimmed edge of a printed piece
Body of written content on a page or document. Also called body copy or text.
Sheets of selected paper, bound in the specified number of pages and trimmed to size, to simulate how a publication will look and feel before it is printed
A word, phase of a sentence placed close to a photograph or illustration as a means of identifying or describing it. Also called a cutline
Text or lines of type centered on a central vertical axis.
All items on the keyboard, including letters of the alphabet, numbers and punctuation marks, that are part of a font.
Blocks of type or text set at the same width.
Guides are used to mark out the grid format that the body text element of a page will take.
The raw editorial text supplied for formatting into a designed document.
Printed cutting lines on a printed sheet of artwork or completed job. They are there to indicate where the publication should be trimmed.
A phrase, sentence
The process whereby shapes are cut out of paper, or other substrates. Designers will generally have to specify a cutting grid, in their page layout or vector drawing program, that the printer will use as a guide for making the Die.
Printed advertisement that takes up full page in a publication.
A magazine design layout that spans across two pages.
A shading effect used to give the appearance of raised type or graphic on the designed page.
A black and white photographic image that has been given a color tint, by duplicating the image onto a second color channel.
One page- one side of a half
For Position Only (FPO)
Flush left/ Ragged Right
Flush Right/Ragged Left
Four Color System/ Four Color Process
Pixels Per Inch (PPI)
Points of Entry
To trim an image to a size that best enhances the contents or to make it fit into the allocated space in the design.