Open any book and look at the way the text appears on the page – the headings, the style and formatting of the paragraphs, the way pictures might be arranged.
There is an art to the presentation of text, from the choice of the font to the headings and running headers and page numbers, to the space in the very margins themselves. You don’t want your book to appear utilitarian. A good book is subtly about beauty and elegance, and seduces the reader’s eyes without the reader realising they’re being seduced, sucked into the very text they’re reading.
Layout isn’t something that can be done by just anybody. There is industry software (Adobe InDesign) that every designer uses for layout, and a software format that a printer requires before they take all your hard work and print and bind it into your very own book.
If you’re interested in having your book laid out, why not contact us? Or book an appointment to talk to us. We can discuss the sort of look you want your book to have, and we will quote you a price on layout.