Here is a different design and colour scheme for the contents page
Main imageArticleFact boxTitle forthedoublepagespreadArticle imagesMore featured storiesDouble page spread
Here are different Double page spread designs with different colour schemes
I ask my target audience questionsrelated to my template, so that I can seewhat design, information and colourscheme they would like to see in mypresentation.
The first question I asked was about myfront page. I asked which template theyliked more and why. They liked the red, black and whitecolour scheme, because them coloursworked together and make the frontcover stand out. Its also makes themagazine look professional.
The next question was targeted at mycontents page, 7 out of 13 said The second design which is red, whiteand black got picked. Because it lookssimple and doesn’t have a lot ofinformation on it and it matches with thefront cover.
I asked my target audience which DPStemplate they liked and why. All of theparticipants said the second design. It’s been designed really well, Red, whiteand black go together and matches theother 2 pages ( Front cover andContents page) they liked the banner,fact box and space for the other articleimages.
Front cover, Contents page and DPSI should be aiming to design my magazine pages like this because itwas what my target audience prefers from all the results received fromthe questions.All three templates have a conventional theme, it a traditional designMostly all magazines follow it.
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