A grid is truly successful only if, after all the problems have been solved, the designer rises above the uniformity implied by its structure and uses it to create a dynamic visual narrative of parts that will sustain interest page after page. The greatest danger in using a grid is to succumb to its regularity. Remember that the grid is an invisible guide existing on the bottom-most level of the layout, the content happens on the surface, either constrained or sometimes free. Grids do not make dull layouts – designers do. Once a grid is in place, it is a good idea to sort all the project’s material spread by spread to see how much will be appearing in each.

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