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The term for the creation of digital documents using page layout software; this production method revolutionized the work of the graphic designer.
A geometrically calculated proportion, recognized throughout art and design history as aesthetically pleasing.
"What You See is What You Get" Used to describe the ability to see type and image detail on a computer screen that is the equivalent of the printed version.