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  • 1. It’s fantastic!  Eye catching and conventional.  Good designs.  Looks good: layout, images, colour, fonts suit the genre and look conventional.  Consistent colour scheme and house style. 
  • 2. Yes No It's okay
  • 3. Clear and easy to use.  Amazing!  I like that they are san serif and conventional.  Eye catching  Appealing to read  Conventional  Cover lines stand out well. 
  • 4. Conventional.  Too much yellow.  Eye catching and suits the magazine.  The colours are conventional and make everything look appealing.  Conventional and consistent.  The colours are a very good feature of the magazine. 
  • 5.      They look good and conventional. Very well planned. Conventional Suits the genre. They look good. Each page has different images and appear conventional. The images are good, very conventional.
  • 6.       The colours, fonts and images all look conventional. Most of it is conventional, especially the font. Conventional font, colours and images. Layout, images, colours all conventional. Consistent conventional colour scheme. The images are very conventional and effective. The images, the colour scheme and the layout.
  • 7.    Front cover – Cover stories, cluttered but effective, eye catching, images, masthead – conventional. Contents page – Good layout, images, fonts and colours are conventional. Double page – Good layout, conventional, good image and colour scheme
  • 8.   Contents page – Layout Double page – Empty space, font doesn’t stand out, not much yellow – house style.
  • 9. More images.  Less writing.  Less over crowding.  Background or the header on the double age spread.  Image positions.  Fill some of the space.  Yellow on the double page spread. 