Creating a cover that is versatile for a whole ebook design series. There is plenty of space for the headings on the front and a huge hero image. The logo always appears in the same location. There is two versions of the logo to be used on either dark or light backgrounds. The images always fit within company style. The cover wraps and is very clean and professional corporate look on the back. There is all the various contact details and legally required information.
The simplicity of the design shows over the whole series.
Generally speaking, the ebook design was the same through each edition. There is a cover, contents page, introduction, content pages, case study, about the company and back cover. You can see these above.
Most pages contain either a large image at the bottom, or a infographics. Therefore, tables, graphs, numbered lists, diagram items were all designed for consistency with brand and throughout the series. Above are examples of infographics uses. Examples being, chart, graphics, diagram, numbers in big circles. All these devices help explain large pieces on information quickly, visually. In order to break up information, I have used large numbers in circles and various levels of headers. By breaking up the content in this way, it is easier for the reader to digest the content. Also it helps to easily identify pieces of content at a glance. In this way, a viewer can skip to the piece of content that is relevant to them. When a type of information appears in multiple books, they are consistent. Specfically, tables and case study pages are the same.
Similar image treatments are used throughout. Images generally came to the same height on the page. Often the image has no specific treatment. But many images have been deep etched or fade from full colour to white to sit on the page in a more subtle integrated way. Most stock images were selected to fit within the company style. However, some images have had their colours tweaked to ensure they fit.