Text may be better aligned with web redesign text in places. This is just experimentation Re layout, as such not all pages have a background layer.
Why landscape - This would work better on desktop, but smartphones would be able to accommodate too. It allows us to spread things out a bit more and avoid things being scrunched up... as was happening in the portrait version.
The previous version employed E1E1E1 as a background as per apertus CI, but e1e1e1 causes a few problems; It's probably darker than we need and something lighter still works with CI, namely ebebeb. ebebeb is commonplace throughout the Wiki so there's that. Adopting it would improve consistency across platforms. Also, when background layers are added to an already overly dark e1e1e1 background e1e1e1 becomes even darker (possibly twice as dark), this was giving the brochure a somewhat depressing feel. See page 04 for ebebeb with a background layer.
To coincide, any web page mocks will probably use ebebeb from here-on.
There are also some changes Re structure. I've done away with the Timeline. Reason for this is that someone who downloads the brochure is primarily interested in the camera as opposed to how we got to where we are. Rather than trying to condense a timeline or project history into a format that wasn't working anyways, it would be best to place a small section of text linking out to the project background on the Wiki/website - particularly now that this has been made much more accurate.
Generally any text in fa8756 on ABB would link out to either the Wiki or the website, so the brochure becomes a way of accurately directing someones introduction to the camera.