DRAWING INSIGHTS FROM BOOKS
A great slidedoc is a bit like a well-designed book. It combines content with a visual style,
consistent formats, and clear visuals, and then sequences them together into a cohesive whole.
Slidedocs borrow some specific design
aspects from books. Books have a cover,
table of contents, clear chapter indicators,
prose, page numbers, and other small
design decisions that have big information
architecture implications to help readers
navigate the contents.
This section takes insights from book
design and publishing to make sure you
get the most out of your slidedoc.
Flipping through the pages of a slidedoc
should be similar to flipping through the
printed pages of a book. In the case of a
slidedoc, you might turn a printed page,
click to advance if reading on a computer
screen or swipe with your finger if reading
on a tablet.
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