The title of the double page spread is the name of
the star profile of my magazine. This is because it
would attract the target audience as they might flick
through the magazine and see her name. It is also a
convention of other music magazines. I chose to use
white and red colours because they stand out
amongst the grey background.This picture is of ‘Lily Ware’. I
featured her on the double page
spread because this is who the
article is about. I decided to
spread it to fit one half of the
double page because it looks more
exciting than having a plain white
background throughout. I edited
the picture to suit the mise-en-
scene of the magazine.
I took a quote from the interview and enhanced it
on the page. I did this because it’s a typical
convention within magazines and also using a
quote from the interview will give the reader a
taster of the interview and be persuaded to read
I’ve added borders to the pictures to
make the pictures stand out more on
the page. It is also aesthetically pleasing
to look at and will appealing to the
I have used columns to separate
the article. This is because this is
something that every magazine
does with their articles and it’s a
convention. It also looks neater
and it’s easier for my target
audience to read.
I have separated the questions to
the answers in the interview by
colour. This makes it easier for
the audience to read and
understand and also makes the
page look more colourful as it
brings more red to the page.
I decided to crop this picture up into three
different parts. I decided to do this because I
think it looks more effective and different to
anything I’ve seen in a music magazine before.
I added page numbers and a
website at the bottom to make
it look professional and
consistent to a music magazine.
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