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Contents Page Development<br />
<ul><li>By only having one image the contents page seems quite dull, is too simple and doesn’t grab the readers attention.
Contents stands out well but there is a large white space to the right of it which looks out of place and makes the page l...
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  1. 1. Contents Page Development<br />
  2. 2. <ul><li>By only having one image the contents page seems quite dull, is too simple and doesn’t grab the readers attention.
  3. 3. Contents stands out well but there is a large white space to the right of it which looks out of place and makes the page look empty.
  4. 4. The spacing in the left hand column is uneven and makes the page look unprofessional.
  5. 5. The block colours at the top and bottom of the page separate the sections well but look a little to simplistic.</li></li></ul><li><ul><li>Good balance of images
  6. 6. Interesting with the different coloured numbers and different sizes
  7. 7. Having the masthead at the top of the page in a more transparent grey anchors the front cover and shows more of a house theme.
  8. 8. Interesting fonts, Contents stands out whilst the Headings in a serif font gives the page a sophisticated look, suitable for a serious target audience.
  9. 9. The numbers in the corner of the images shows clearly what story they are referring to.
  10. 10. Having a heading “Cover stories” means the reader can easily find the stories that interested them when the first saw the magazine.
  11. 11. “Regular features” shows the magazine values its existing readership by making it easy to find the monthly items.</li>
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