Cover and Interior Design and Layout
Even the most straightforward book has design challenges: find or create a cover image and design the cover type treatment; choose fonts for the interior and decide on the size that works for the audience; organize material so it makes sense for the format.
Here's why it’s important to work with a designer and illustrator (or photo researcher) to create an eye-catching cover that tells — in an instant — what your work is about:
When a book sits on a retailer's shelves, the cover draws the shopper's eye. The design – art, type, color, mood, message — must be crafted to tell what the book is about.
Here are some children's book covers that BNGO designed to be displayed at that small, thumbnail size.