If you’re designing a book cover, you need to think about how other people will judge it. A professional printing company can help you stick to your style, represent the content of your book, and ensure that the title is clear and legible. Here is a quick guide to book cover design.
Consider Your Style
It can help to think about what you like to see when designing a book cover that you hope will appeal to others. If you are the author of the book, you can take this as an opportunity to represent and portray your own personal taste. You can include realistic photography, or you may prefer involving a more cartoon-style approach. Some people like a completely minimalist approach, where just the title of the book and the name of the author appear on the cover. Consider your style as well as the nature of the book when making this printing decision.
Represent the Content
The expression is “you shouldn’t judge a book by its cover” but when it comes to actual books, people will indeed judge by the cover. You can capture the eye of your target audience by designing your book cover in a way that represents what the book is about. Your book cover serves as a way to let people know what the book is like, just by looking at one image. Consider your writing style and your genre, and make sure the cover of your book lines up.
Make the Title Clear
You want people to be able to tell what your book is called at a glance, or be able to find it in a store with ease. A clear, legible title helps the viewer get an idea of what your book is about when looking at your cover. The title of the book should stand out and be easily found.
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