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1.02 Graphic Design

TermDefinition
Graphic Illustrations and photo used to convey meaning/feeling
Bleed Effect where a color/object appears to run off the page
Caption Descriptive text used to describe graphics
Dropped Cap Enlarged text at the beginning of a paragraph
Pull Quote Quote taken from the body of the text
Side Bar Smaller Story along the big one
End Mark Symbol used to indicate then end an article
Nameplate Banner on the front page
Main Heading The Title Typically large font
Subheading Subtitle
Byline Gives Credit to the author or contributor
Kicker Words positioned above a headline
Deck Placed between a headline and an article to provide segue
Body Main Text
Jumpline Tells readers which page to refer to for the continuation of an article
Running header/footer Running text at the bottom or top of document( every page)
Infographics graphical representation of data or information intented to present complex info quickly and clearly
Created by: grahameaitken