Document or electronic equivalent that shows the physical size and location of electronic and mechanical components on a circuit board, and the routing of conductors that electrically interconnect the components. Information is provided in sufficient detail to allow the preparation of documentation and artwork for fabrication, assembly and test of a PCA.
A sketch of rough ideas or composition plans for an artwork.
The design, usually in sketch form, of the elements of an advertisement, magazine, book page, or any other graphic work intended for reproduction.
An instruction set or "blueprint" for the actual work to be done. In prepress work this may be an electronic file with an assemblage of related parts (scanned photos, postscript art, fonts, and other related pieces).
A sketch or drawing of a proposed printed piece showing position and size of text, and color of copy.
A sketch or computer generated sheet which gives the general appearance of the finished printed product or ad, indicating the relationship between text and illustration.
A sketch of a proposed printed piece showing the position of text and illustration.
The arrangement of text, illustration, graphics, titles, etc., for printed material.
A proof of the final artwork used to preview a project and check for errors.
the initial idea of how a finished ad, brochure or other promotional piece will look.
A sketch that shows the relative positions of headlines, body text and pictures as they should appear on the finished item.
the designer's sketch of a proposed publication (also called mock-up).
a blue-print, a master plan
a designer's blueprint for an extended work in print such as a book or magazine
a map, plan or drawing of a building, town or other project
a way to display your model drawing for plotting
a WYSIWYG paper space view of the drawing
A sketch or digital rendering of a proposed printed piece that shows the position of text and illustrations.
The positioning of the conductors and/or resistors on artwork prior to photoresuction of the layout to obtain a working negative or positive used in screen preparation.
sketch of a proposed printed piece, esp. a page or spread.
A two-dimensional drawing depicting the exact specifications of a tin in its pre-fabricated (flat) state used for setting artwork up to fit the can.
A designer's rendering of how the printed and illustrative material should appear.
The drawing or sketch of a proposed design. Often a suitable initial input for a scanner.
The stage after the storyboard, where the composition of each scene is set out for the animators' reference. Many layout drawings are very attractive and detailed.
Drawing, sketch or plan of an advertisement or printed piece showing all elements in position.
The printed surface showing all the wagers that can be made in roulette, on which players place their bets.
A rendition that shows the placement of all the elements, images, thumbnails etc., of a final printed piece.
A rendering of a proposed printed piece, indicating positions for headings, copy, art, and borders. May also indicate color treatments.
A detailed drawing of a shot in which background elements, staging of the action, and camera moves are carefully worked out and plotted; the stage of production in which these are determined. See also scene planner.
The drawing or sketch of a proposed printed piece. In platemaking, a sheet indicating the settings for a step-and-repeat machine.
An artist's rendition that demonstrates the creative idea and its relative position in the promotional piece.
a sketch of a page for printing showing the position of text and illustrations and giving general instructions.
an indication for the organisation of text and pictures with instructions about sizing and so on for reproduction and printing.
A rendition that shows the placement of all the elements, roughs, thumbnails etc., of the final printed piece before it goes to print.
The drawing or sketch of a proposed piece of artwork.
Top view drawing showing the placement of the cabinetry in an area.
Shows how text and illustrations will be printed in relation to each other on the page.
The drawing or sketch of a proposed printed piece, showing the location of type, art, etc. BACK TO THE TOP
A drawing that gives the general appearance of the finished piece and usually indicates the relationship between illustrations and copy.
The page structure of a document with basic design elements (colors, word and image mark, typography, etc.) and their principal positioning.
A representation of the final printed piece showing the placement of all the elements
A scaled mechanical drawing showing dimensioned plan views and elevations of an elevator hoistway and machine room to indicate space conditions, pertinent dimensions, sizes and location of components of the installation.
The blueprint for a printed advertisement that shows where the headline, illustration, copy, and logo will appear.
To position editorial, pictorial and advertising elements on a page to prepare it for the camera and printing.
the basic elements of a design shown in their proper positions on a layout sheet, with specifications of type, spacing, and general style.
The drawing or sketch of a proposed printed piece. In platemaking, a sheet indicating the settings or distance between images when step and repeat processes are involved.
The drawing or sketch of a proposed design. Usually precedes formal artwork.
The process of determining and marking out the elements that will go into a piece of jewelry.