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  • 1. This is the I intend to put text ondraft of my both sides of the magazine so that itfront cover. does not look to formal, but less text near theThere is only going to picture so that thebe one image for my picture can have morefront cover, reason influence and effect.being is so it can have This is the layout usedmore impact than if in one of the magazinesthere was six different that I studied as youpictures and avoiding will see below.the over crowding lookwhich may put peopleoff from potentiallypurchasing mymagazine. Less text on the side of the main image.
  • 2. Here at the start,through AdobeInDesign I insertedperimeters to makesure everything will bein line making my coverlook professional andneat. Above youll see with professional magazines there is a clear perimeter between the borders and text.
  • 3. How to put text in? 1)Click on the rectangle tool. 2)Draw your desired size. 3)After clicking on the ‘T’ you then can enter text in.I chose sound for the soulas it can be interpreted invarious ways from both aChristian and a non –Christians perspective as Italked about in mystatement of intent earlier. Spiritual viewpoint : This magazine speaks truth for the soul. Music viewpoint: music for the soul.
  • 4. SloganIt is important to let your sloganbe known,hence why I made minebold and yellow (a colour thatstands out), so that when peoplesee or hear it any where else , theywill associate it with mymagazine. It should be clear forpeople to see that it is the sloganand like my case study I put it atthe top of the masthead stickingto the conventions as this was themost well-suited place. Generallywe read from top to bottommaking it hard to miss. You cansee an example of a slogan on topof a masthead to the right.
  • 5. How to change 1)Highlight the text in which you want the colour to be changed. the colour? 2)Then you can choose the colour you want through the tool bar on the right.Even though I originally wanted threecolours I want my slogan to stand outfrom the rest of the text that is why Ichose yellow- a bright colour thatrepresents excitement. As well, withmy subheadings I have been puttingspecific words in different coloursand sizes. The words and numbershighlighted are those that will besignificant or appealing to my targetaudience e.g. ‘X- FACTOR’, much ofmy target would have watched thisfamily programme one time oranother so even though the rest ofthe text is not as big, this aloneencourages passers by to read therest.
  • 6. Here you can see me following through with my plan of more text on one side than theother. I am using two colours for my subheadings this creates a noticeable layout of thepatterns and sections of the magazine. Below is an example of the colour codetechnique used in a magazine. But I am avoiding using more than four colours overall with my front covers text because if I do my magazine might resemble that of a child’s magazine - unsuitable for my target audience.
  • 7. Aligning Though all of the text is in line, the text looks squashed and looking at my research productsPutting the there is always a spacious gaptext next to between the text and thethe border borders. You can see an exampleof the of this code in the U-ZONEpage. magazine below. Here however when I keep within the perimeters it looks more like a magazine. When it comes to inserting words, InDesign is well equipped for making your text look spacious and presentable..
  • 8. Cover linesI used four cover lines, one less thanone of my case studies (below thistext), a variety of texts avoids itfrom looking to plain and I avoidedusing too many as this couldpotentially make my productresemble that of a newspaper.Cover lines are important as theyare what attract people to even buyyour magazine in the first place. Allof my cover lines are from differentareas this is to avoid the magazinefrom being too narrow minded andso it can appeal to a wider audienceeven outside my main target.
  • 9. A regular family show that many youth There are hundreds of watch. Exclamative songs produced each sentences show the year, the use of the audience, this article number 10 shows this is is something to look the best of the best forward to and that if they do not buy this creating a mood of magazine and read it anticipation. Using second they will miss out on person is important as this major story. The well as it creates a word reveals shows connection between the their going to find out magazine and the what no one else knows and people all potential purchaser. always interested in People are generally finding out the curious, especially youth, unknown. in the interest of others‘mixtape’ shows that and what the ‘trend’ is.it is a music This headline willmagazine and is that encourage members ofof the rap/hip-hop my target audience to seegenre. This links into ‘whats hot and whatsthe top 10 cover line not’.’ All these work A striking quote that will draw together in persuadingas well. people into buying the magazine so the target audience to they can find out the full story. buy the magazine.
  • 10. If you want tosee a pagewithoutborders on thetool pointedout, highlight itand click ‘applynone’.

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