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Task 7

  1. 1. Factual Page Layout Task 7 Savannah Hardwick
  2. 2. Examples of existing Broadsheets
  3. 3. Style sheet 1- Headline Font
  4. 4. Style Sheet 2- Masthead Font
  5. 5. Style Sheet 3- Copy Font
  6. 6. Style Sheet 4- Landscape Images (punks)
  7. 7. Style Sheet 5- Landscape Images (Punk stores)
  8. 8. Style Sheet 6- Portrait Images (punks)
  9. 9. Flat plan 1
  10. 10. Flat Plan 2
  11. 11. Flat Plan 3
  12. 12. Flat Plan 4
  13. 13. Flat Plan 5
  14. 14. Flat Plan 6
  15. 15. Flat Plan 7
  16. 16. Final Style Sheet & Flat Plan Headline font: Masthead font: Image choices: Final flat plan: Copy font:
  17. 17. Experiments With my first attempt at creating the broad sheet front page, I have found my chosen layout to be difficult to work with. I dislike the images above the masthead, and I don’t like the placement of the pull quote. Therefore I will not be continuing on with this design and will be staring a new one.
  18. 18. Experiments
  19. 19. Experiments
  20. 20. Experiments
  21. 21. Experiments This is my final broadsheet design. For this one I chose not to use a flat plan, instead creating the basic grid I wanted and then placing my items within these guides. I decided to do it this way after attempting twice to create a broadsheet front cover using flat plans that I has designed, which I felt didn’t look as good. The first thing I did was add the mast head and the logo onto the page, then the green banner with text underneath it. I then added the image, pull quote, copy and cross head. Leaving the headline for last so that I could make sure I had the correct sizes and placement. I also think that when looking at this, the image is to large, and could possibly be better if it were lighter colours, or even black and white. I think the changes I could make to this would be the image, the green pull quote, and possibly have more on the page itself.
  22. 22. Final Broadsheet This is my final Broadsheet design, I like it because it combines all of my experiments and is interesting to look at, whilst keeping the stereotypical look of a broadsheet newspaper cover. I chose to add green details on the page to add splashes of colour and to make it more interesting to look at. I also added smaller element to the design, like the price, date and smaller article page details.

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