It’s important to create unity from spread to spread for a cohesive whole. This assignment will give you your first taste of mult–page design which is something that you will use in the real world. The key is to have unifying elements on every page, like similar margins, columns, header and footer elements, a dominant color throughout, and consistent use of type. Going through the creative process with this assignment will involve more thinking and planning and take you to the next level in your design development. It will also give you the opportunity to use color and type to create mood within a unified booklet. INSTRUCTIONSPlan and create a multi-page booklet in InDesign choosing appropriate typefaces, adjusting the hue, value, and saturation of color harmonies to create appropriate and aesthetically pleasing color harmonies that foster legible type on each page.Find a helpful assignment Example under Design: Multi-Page Booklet Assignment Instructions and a video for this assignment in the Learn section.The document will be a mock brochure/catalog for Sweet Sammy’s, a bakery, and should include a cover, 2 inside spreads and a back cover. * The cover should have the title “Sweet Sammy’s” with a simple design element (line, band of color, texture, pattern) that can be carried over in a small, subtle and consistent manner to the inside spreads. (These could be applied to a master page on the bottom margin of one page).Color experimentation:Spread 1: (pages 2,3) Design this page to be exciting, festive, and energetic with your image, type, color harmony, and use of space. Spread 2: (pages 4,5) Design this page to be more upscale and refined with your image, type, color harmony, and use of space. Use the Adobe Color Themes panel (Window menu > Color) in InDesign and the images you choose as inspiration for possible color harmonies.The content is up to you but should at least include a headline, subhead, paragraph text one larger image, and three smaller ones on each spread. Keep the design simple and the number of elements very limited, while following effective principles as it relates to repetition, contrast, proximity and alignment. Don’t use a logo for this assignment; focus more on color experimentation and applying design principles.You may download and use free images from https://unsplash.com/ or any other free photo websites.Process and Specs:1. Be sure to have completed all reading and presentations on color first.2. Sketch out your plan for each page. Scan or take a quality photo and submit as JPG.3. Create a new document in InDesign:5.5 x 8.56 pagesCheck Facing Pages box.5 inch margins2 or 3 columns (you choose, based on your planning sketch).125 inch bleeds4. Use the columns to organize content, but elements may extend past columns to contrast or when bleeding images, large text, or other design elements off the page. (if design elements touch the edge of the page, they need to be extended .125 inches beyond the page edge.)5. Remember to adjust value and saturation contrast to ensure contrast for readability.6. Export as spreads to PDF. (Under General: Choose spreads when exporting).Submit PDF and JPG with the file name of: LASTNAME_ Booklet and LASTNAME_Sketches to the appropriate assignment submission link. *Technically in the printing process, an additional spread would be required for proper pagination, and pages 1 and 4 are usually end pages with the cover produced in a separate document. However, to keep things less complex, follow instructions above.Note: Your assignment will be checked for originality via the Turnitin plagiarism tool.