rom the very beginning of the project, I tried to take into account the possibility that I, as a designer, would not be able to complete the project for whatever reason. For example, I was looking for a job and could go to another country and because of that I would not have the time to work on the project properly.

This motivated me to create templates and descriptions. For example, at one point, when the materials had been gathered and I could have started transferring them into the layout of the book, I created a document called "Design Template". The purpose of this document was so that another designer could take over and proceed without the need to spend a long time immersing themself in it all.

At this point, another designer, Olya, got involved in the layout and helped to collate the entire layout of the book into a single file inDesign. At that moment, I was unable to physically do this work within the required deadlines. Olya transferred the draft spreads from Figma to inDesign. The templates greatly simplified and accelerated the introduction of a new designer into the team.

Documentation in Notion

The rules for constructing spreads

The rules

Construction of the layout

Examples of layout constructions in book layout tutorials (yes, these do exist)

The same in real life

Discussing AR features

Discussing AR features

Discussing the templates to display photos

Discussing the templates to display photos

Attempting to use a modular grid to design the book layout