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Sophie question 1

  1. 1. The pose I used for my magazine gives a big statement as it gives of a fun, playful look for my magazine aimed to draw people in to think my magazine will be exciting and interesting to read. The writing is clear to draw people attention. I based my magazine design on a range of magazines, taking ideas out to create my design, layout and poses. For example, I got my idea of the pose from Sugar magazine as the women looks like she is having a good time, which gives off a good effect to the image of the magazine.
  2. 2. I attempted to base the layout of my contents page on Q magazines double page contents page. I used their idea of the block of colour to file of everything. It helped me to keep my contents page looking clear and easy to recognise where to look for the story they want to read. I chose to include an editor’s letter on my contents page as I’ve seen a range of magazines doing this. I decided to copy the idea to write a little bit about how exciting my magazine was to write and include two pictures of me. This is good for the magazine as the audience knows more about the editor feeling engaged.
  3. 3. The idea of my double page spread was to make it look good, whilst selling a good story. I decided to make the headline interesting as good magazines do this to. For example, ‘Take a Breaks’ headlines look exciting and interesting to read. On my front cover, I placed my main story in the middle at the biggest font in order to catch reader’s attention. This is what ‘Take a Break’ did too, as people would get attracted to the headline, pick the magazine up and want to read the rest of the magazine.

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