Table of Contents



In looking at this grid I can see a modular grid is present. I REALLY enjoy this table of contents specifically because of the contrast. The way the words and colors stick out is very distinct and visually appealing. An abundance of typographic emphasis is placed in the spacing, which should be expected when using a grid but it just flows so nicely. The visual message that is sent that would make me want to spend more time with the book and magazine is that it’s inviting me with words like “whats inside” or “perspectives.” I think this is an extremely successful example of use of an underlying grid.





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