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    Hi All,

    I am doing a one pager in InDesign. I seem to get stuck using the same blocky header. Can anhyone point me to or give me some ideas on options for sytling a header when you have no images. I seem to always use a rectangle bar (see attached). Thanks.
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    When I get stuck in a rut, I google the type of project I'm working on plus "design," "layout," "ideas," etc. Look around at what else is out there. See if I can get some ideas.
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    • #3
      I did that. It's not easy to find those find of header design styles. Most results lead you to Pinterest which ends up not having what you want.

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      • #4
        I googled "flyer header design no photo" and got a ton of results. When I do this, I don't click the links, I just look at the art/layout in the search result for ideas. Looks like stock photo sites also have header design stock images, you could search those for ideas. If nothing is right or to your liking, you'll have to design something yourself.
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        • #5
          Ok, thanks for the tip. It's really hard to do a header with no images but thanks again for the idea.

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          • #6
            The curved element in the logo gives you something to mimic with the shape of your header.

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            • #7
              Okay, thanks HotButton.

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