Create a book to show the process of your user centred design project, thinking about hierarchy, colour, grid systems and how the user interacts with the book.
For my journey book, I had decided that I wanted to try out a type of binding that I had never tried before and to bind the book myself. I decided that Japanese binding would be a good type as I felt that it was able to reflect the concept of fixing a problem and I felt that the thread and stitching was also relevant to the theme of medical. I had chosen by pattern to have 5 points to represent my 5 categories that I worked on during the project. I also used this multiple of 5 inside the book by breaking the contents up into 5 chapters each using the 5 main colours from my colour scheme for my app.