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Analysis Of Newspaper Front Pages And Magazine Double Page Spreads
Analysis Of Newspaper Front Pages And Magazine Double Page Spreads
Analysis Of Newspaper Front Pages And Magazine Double Page Spreads
Analysis Of Newspaper Front Pages And Magazine Double Page Spreads
Analysis Of Newspaper Front Pages And Magazine Double Page Spreads
Analysis Of Newspaper Front Pages And Magazine Double Page Spreads
Analysis Of Newspaper Front Pages And Magazine Double Page Spreads
Analysis Of Newspaper Front Pages And Magazine Double Page Spreads
Analysis Of Newspaper Front Pages And Magazine Double Page Spreads
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Analysis Of Newspaper Front Pages And Magazine Double Page Spreads

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  • 1. Newspaper Front Pages and Magazine Double Page Spread Research<br />By Matthew Barber<br />
  • 2. Tabloid Newspapers<br />
  • 3. Tabloid newspapers have big bold headlines and large images; there is also very little other writing if any. They also have plenty of colours in them which make them very appealing and really grab your attention. They also tend to have lots of different interesting fonts to make each separate part stand out, also there not normal generic fonts which get quite boring.<br />
  • 4. Broadsheet Newspaper<br />
  • 5. Broadsheet newspapers have large headlines, they use simple fonts, which don’t look quite as interesting, also there is lots of writing on the front page it’s kind of as if it’s a page that’s inside the newspaper. Also they don’t really have much colour on the front pages its basically just black and white although there are some bits of colour. Broadsheets look more formal and have much more formal fonts. <br />
  • 6. The Style I Prefer<br />I’m going to choose to do mine in a tabloid style as I think it looks a lot more interesting than broadsheet, when I look at a tabloid front page I’m drawn into it whereas a broadsheet front page doesn’t do this. Also with tabloids the images tend to be bigger than on broadsheets, which I think will look better than having a little image<br />
  • 7. Magazine Double Page Spread<br />NME Magazine<br />NME Magazines style of double page spread uses one very large image and then a few more smaller images, there is also a decent sized title with an interesting font, and the different colours of the fonts also makes it more interesting. Also it uses some bright colours to grab the attention of the reader and the way the writing is put into columns makes it look appealing.<br />
  • 8. ETC Magazine<br />ETC Magazines style of double page spread uses several small images, there is also a decent sized title with an interesting font, and the different colours of the fonts are used to make the writing stand out from the background, this style uses more of a black and white style with little bits of bright colours in the sub titles.<br />
  • 9. The Style I Prefer<br />I prefer the NME style as I like the way that it has one very big photo because it makes you know exactly what's going on and it draws you in. I also like the way they put vibrant colours in and also the way the put titles together.<br />

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