The World of 182×257
Think of a monthly magazine supplement with millions or hundreds of thousands of copies.
I had to come up with three such ideas every month. I had the job of coming up with three such ideas every month. If it was going to stick out, I had to come up with a folded variant on the B5 line, or a B4 variant, and come up with something that would not cause any complaints. I would make sure that it would be a "gorgeous 00. If there were two magazines, I would come up with six proposals every month, saying, "Oh no, it's the end of the month. I would come up with 6 to 10 proposals in a week or two, and then narrow it down to 6 proposals, 6 estimate drawings, and 6 color
samples and 12 white samples.
The 12 white samples are for the reserve and for quotation and production.
Today's inquiry was, "I want to put a pop-up on a B5."
I'll put the name on it so that I don't forget it. I named them so that I don't forget. I don't know why the designer of the appendices gave it a strange temporary name, but...
- One-part popup (fan, zigzag, one fan, table)
- Heya popup (one room, two rooms, three rooms, four rooms)