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Double Page Spread Development<br />
<ul><li>The title doesn’t stand out as much as the quote, should really be the other way around.
Its well balanced with the big picture and the small pictures down the side balance by the writing in the top third.
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  1. 1. Double Page Spread Development<br />
  2. 2. <ul><li>The title doesn’t stand out as much as the quote, should really be the other way around.
  3. 3. Its well balanced with the big picture and the small pictures down the side balance by the writing in the top third.
  4. 4. The three columns aren’t perfectly lined up they need to be level top and bottom.
  5. 5. Quote on the picture page doesn’t stand out enough, the bold lines do make it more noticeable but it blends into the background, needs to jump forward.
  6. 6. The bottom photo booth image is the same as the one used on the contents page I might change it to a different one.
  7. 7. The direction of the shadow behind the photos needs to be more to the left so it stand off the page more.</li></li></ul><li><ul><li>I changed the title to a lighter colour with a dark outline I think this makes it jump forward more .
  8. 8. Using the same colours for the quote in the right hand corner of the image page has helped lift it from the image and can now more easily be seen.
  9. 9. The three columns no line up perfectly giving it a professional finish. Having the questions in bold also makes it look professional.
  10. 10. I changed the order of the photos to balance to out top: looking right middle: more central and bottom: looking left. Also by changing the direction of the drop shadow the strip of photos stand out from the white background making it more noticeable.</li>
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