An eyeline is the horizontal line that cuts across your spread, leading the reader from the left page to the right. It’s also where your eyes land on the book when you fall asleep while looking at your yearbook until 2:00 a.m.
- Used in magazines and advertisements to control what the reader looks at
- Should be placed above or below the center–don’t split the layout in half
Can begin or end at an important element
*This entry is part of “The Yearbook Ladies’ A to Zs of Yearbook”
project. If you’d like to download the “E” card, go to the “Adviser
Resources” section of www.theyearbookladies.com
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