Major lndustries ofa country +related booklet Primary and secondary industries of your country

Design project: Major lndustries ofa country +related booklet Primary and secondary industries of your country

1. design project


mini assignment has two parts both worth

1. completed product 60%

2. Written discussion of your design considerations. 40%

Topic: the

distribution ofthe major industries of your country Requirements for product total mark forfinished product 50% This Design project as two


1. An information Design on A3 format showing the distribution ofthe major primary and secondary industries of your country,

which is united Arab emirates (UAE)

The target audiences are business people.

a. the map should be colour coded

b. the industries are to

be depicted via the use of pictograms

c. a title that clearly indicates what the map is about i. subheading as required

d. a key

clarifying the pictograms used to represent the industries

e. A graph showing the proportional distribution i. a key clarifying the graph

f. a logo orflag ofthe country

2. a small 6 page booklet which will be used in conjunction with the map to provide appropriate

information about the each major industry a. the map and booklet should allow easy cross referencing

The 6 page brochure/booklet

should have – a cover page that clearly shows it relation to the map

a contents page

for each major industry create a page which

provides clear and worthwhile information

Use supporting images (photographic), pull quotes, body text to develop a full and clear


an end page provides appropriate support information

government departments

information sources

The booklet

is to be formatted and address a business audience Appropriate layout using page properties


headings and subheadings

headers and footers

page numbers

bulleted lists





Do your research on your

country, its industries and the geographical regions where these are found.

Write a short summary ofthese. Also, find images, graphics

and textual information for your design.

Research other similar maps and booklets.

Research into designs that can help you with

your project – Make design notes on – Similar maps, layouts of booklets to the one you are to design – E.g. colour schemes, layout

structures, typography, use ofwhitespace, images, quotes etc

Gather- any materials (photos, drawings, etc.) to commence digital

work on your booklet

Information about yourtarget audience.

Your written considerations 50%

a. written description i. Which shows

questioning ofthe brief

ii. Research forthe design and topic

iii. ldeation and optional solutions

iv. Refinement and development

b. A

black and white copy and a colour copy ofthe map layout

You should begin considerations ofthe design.

a. by deciding what is the

purpose of your map and booklet i. also considerwhat secondary purposes it may serve

ii. who is the target audience for your map and


b. what types ofinformation content will the map and booklet provide this audience

c. decide the style and thematic treatment of

your map and booklet

d. Think ofwhat content you will need forthe map and booklet: text, graphics, graphs, images, notes these should

address the issues decided in points listed in the requirements above.

e. you should also think ofthe color scheme, the character ofthe

typography you plan to use, the type of graphic or imageryyou want to use

f. What layout format you will use for your map and booklet. a.

Grid to be used

b. Think ofthe proportions ofthe layout

g. consider all design issues a. information and visual hierarchy, visual flow,

b. the main, secondary and focal points and other accented points

c. What type of balance will you use, symmetrical or asymmetrical

Placement, Grouping and Alignment issues

d. Think of unity, harmony and consistency ofthe design

Remember Unity, Harmony, consistency,

flow, hierarchy, focal points and any other relevant principles that help organize you booklet design These considerations should be

documented in a report format.

Provide references in the correct APA format

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