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Nuts and Bolts: Orientation Considerations Reverse Image

November 19, 2021
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Nuts & Bolts – Orientation Considerations Reverse Image
 
 
Some designs simply lend themselves to one particular orientation as well as possibly working better flipped or reversed.  When creating a design, take a moment to consider if it would also work (or possibly work even better) in the alternate orientation.
 
Here is an example of a photograph by GCU artist Stephanie Laird, while meticulously updating existing cards, Stephanie modified this lovely image, finding it worked better flipped and shared these edits for re-review with the review team:
 
Good morning. I replaced the image on this card with an updated version, it is flipped, and the moon has more detail. PID 1313834 I changed the font on the cover and the inside verse and keywords.
 
Original:
 
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Updated:
 
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Read some tips from Stephanie on her storewide facelift efforts as well as from GCU artist Doreen Erhardt.
 
NOTE: Here are some guidelines on what to do when Editing an Existing Card.
 
See this related post on Leveraging Designs and Orientation Considerations and another Flipped Image example.
 
 

The difference is made in the details!

Mindy
GCU Community Manager

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