I've done editorial graphic design for 15 years, learning via experience, via various tutorials, via trial and error. This practical education has had its advantages. But I know I would have benefitted from more formal training--and just more training and experience in general. Case in point: This is our organization's newsletter, which I design. I compare it to the editorial layouts I've saved on Behance and Pinterest and to hard copies here in my office, and I can tell there are things wrong with my fundamentals. Obviously I can never get as good as the pros who lay out Fast Company or National Geographic, etc. But I can get a lot better than I am now. Here's an example of our newsletter: https://indd.adobe.com/view/077e9522-9765-4ac6-8bcd-41d685e715d6 Our subscribers view it online and/or in print. It is 8.5x11. And it needs help! Please hit me with all the constructive criticism you are willing to give, especially in terms of GRIDS and TYPOGRAPHY. Thanks!