Arkansas Progress: Client Changes
On Wednesday and Friday, I made quite a few alterations to the Dana Center Arkansas pages based off of the requests by the client. The primary changes they were looking for were to make room for citations in the bottom of the second page of both sets of pages. This required me to rethink how the pages were structured slightly, and also change some of the margins. Fortunately, the clients also shortened much of the text, which made it quite a bit easier to make room for citations. Besides changing the citations, the clients also had some wording and design change requests, and wanted unique titles for each cover page (previously, the cover pages had been the same for both sets of pages.) The current drafts look like this:
Demystifying the Myths about Quantitative Literacy: Facts That Dispel Commonly Held Beliefs
Demystifying the Myths about Quantitative Literacy: Different Journeys for Students
Currently, I am waiting to hear back from our clients about any further changes to make to these pages. I will update my blog about these changes ASAP!
After hearing back from our client, I made a few more changes to these pages. These namely were changes with the citations:
In my old draft, I had make some mistakes with the bulleting:
As you can see here, InDesign accidentally bulleted every single line rather than the sentences I specified. I fixed that in this draft!
I also fixed a few other formatting things, such as alignment and font sizing. I am sending this back to the client, and will update once more depending on how it goes.