The subtitle is neatly tucked away under the title to expand on it and the author/publisher information frames the title.
This title page template can be used for almost any document type.
As a starting point, a La Te X package called is generated that defines the complete title matter. Ideally, the person creating the package should maintain it for a long time, create an accompanying documentation and ensure user support. Which commands are actually available, and which might be omissible should be written in a documentation that is bundled with the package.
Look around what happens if you leave one or the other command out.
A large font size and simple layout will increase the visibility of the important features of the title page.
This title page template is best suited to books and formal applications, such as in the fields of science or engineering.
The title page of a book or a report is the first thing a reader will see. You need to know very basic La Te X layout commands in order to get your own title page perfect.
Usually a custom titlepage does not contain any semantic markup, everything is hand crafted.
It design is clean with the major feature being two horizontal lines highlighting the title.
The template contains code for an alternate layout without a supervisor name and for an institution logo at the bottom of the page.