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Design "arty" e-book chapter in Adobe Indesign

Hello,

I have a book written in word format and a sample chapter I would like designed as an E-book (pdf) using Indesign.

The chapter is about 2-3 pages and has 17 or so images. I would like this designed into an aesthetically pleasing e-book chapter (with you supplying the raw Indesign file). As the book is art related (actually, it's crafts) the design should be spacious and "funky".

The chapter should be landscape.

The first page should have an attractive full or near full page (dependent on what the design requires) image (the main image) with the chapter title. I expect there to be 5 - 10 pages total (there's not much text but quite a few images).

Here are some examples (more in terms of how they're laid out as opposed to style - that's up to you).

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The actual chapter pages should then be spacious and laid out in an attractive manner (e.g. now just text, image, text, image).

The Indesign file itself should use styles for all the main elements (chapter title, paragraphs, etc.)

I'm not sure of correct sizes etc. for an e-book (pdf - that I could possibly get printed at some point) and trust you have some experience in this.

Any example work would help in reviewing the bits.

If the chapter is a success I may request further chapters to be done.

Thanks.

Skills: Copywriting, Graphic Design

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