Historical Structure Report

publication design
layout design

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In my current position, I work with the National Park Service as a partner with Appalachian Conservation Corps (an AmeriCorps subdivision) for Cultural Resources. The majority of my job is to design long publications used to conserve historical and cultural areas. The one depicted below is an example of a Historical Structure Report addressing the Netherlands Carillon monument in Washington, D.C. The purpose for these reports are to archive the history and cultural significance along with identifying and cataloging everything that has been and needs to be done for preservation.
I designed using the National Park branding standards, a layout with clear hierarchy. Some 11x17 foldout pages for a closer view of complex images, such as architecture drawings, as shown in the bottom left & the turning page in bottom right photos.

I designed the layout of the publication with Adobe inDesign & mockups in Adobe photoshop.
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