Gas station without pumps

2018 November 19

New book cover draft 5

Filed under: Circuits course — gasstationwithoutpumps @ 13:51
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Here are some tweaks to the book cover, based on blog-reader comments from New book cover draft 4:

BEFORE:

What people were commenting on

AFTER:

I fixed the spacing in the title, italicized the subtitle, shrank the schematic, fixed the symmetry of the op-amp inputs, fixed the “–” label, moved my name to the right and bolded it, and made more space between the EKG trace and my name.

I’m a little worried that the schematic is mathematically centered, but not visually centered, because of the greater amount of negative space on the right.

Any more suggestions? The feedback from my blog readers on this has been quite valuable.

4 Comments »

  1. I would suggest a slightly larger font size for the primary variable letter. The size of the subscript seems to close to the primary variable font size to me.

    Comment by Russ Evans — 2018 November 30 @ 11:44 | Reply

    • Right now, they aren’t even subscripts—just multi-letter names in a single font. I’ll see what it looks like with subscripts.

      Comment by gasstationwithoutpumps — 2018 November 30 @ 11:54 | Reply

      • I stuck in the subscripts and adjusted the positioning of all the labels. I made the subscript font smaller rather than the label font larger. It does look a little better.

        Comment by gasstationwithoutpumps — 2018 November 30 @ 12:15 | Reply

  2. […] Here are some tweaks to the book cover, based on blog-reader comments from New book cover draft 5: […]

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