The title stands out, it’s
unique, and the
simplicity would appeal
to the target audience.
The picture is strong and
indiv...
This is a huge picture of the editor,
which is quite unconventional
normally the editor’s picture is tiny.
The text “pilot...
The interview is three
column, flush left, a
normal question and
answering with the
journalist asking the
questions. The c...
The title is short, easy to
remember, the colour
stands out against the
background.
All the articles are on the
left side ...
The picture is a bit
strange, and crazy which
shows the type of
audience the magazine is
targeted at. Also it’s laid
back ...
By having an
unconventional
picture of guys
dressing in girls
clothes, it shows how
relaxed and fun this
article is going ...
Extras.
It’s also got what else is
included in the
magazine, which again
helps the reader to
identify whether they
want to...
The readers of the
magazine value live
gigs and
performances. This is
clearly represented
through the choice of
imagery
Th...
The colour scheme
goes red and white.
But having such a
simple scheme it
makes it easier for
the reader to read.
The layou...
The colour scheme
goes red and white.
But having such a
simple scheme it
makes it easier for
the reader to read.
The layou...
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  1. 1. The title stands out, it’s unique, and the simplicity would appeal to the target audience. The picture is strong and individual, it catches the eyes of the audiences it creates and style for the audience to follow. The cover lines are all on the right side which shows that they aren’t as important as the ones on the left side. Making it clear which is more important. The text is a bright yellow which stands out from the background yet it’s complementary as the blue and the yellow work well together on the colour wheel, creating compatibility between the text and background. Also by having it bold and in colour, shows the importance.The text “veiled” also anchors the image.
  2. 2. This is a huge picture of the editor, which is quite unconventional normally the editor’s picture is tiny. The text “pilot fever” anchors the rest of the text. It’s also written in an informed tone, and ties in with contents of the magazine. By having the different categories, it makes it clear, obvious and easier to understand where certain articles are going to be. By having the e-mail address for the magazine, it appeals to the target audience as they can find more information. Also by giving a bit more information, to catch the audiences eye shows it’s important. Having the pictures are good as they help the reader to identify what the articles or sections are about. The themes of simple images also make them stand out. The pictures also reinforce the sections. The colour of the text goes with the colour of the background; it stands out and maintains the house style of the magazine.
  3. 3. The interview is three column, flush left, a normal question and answering with the journalist asking the questions. The colour scheme simple and easier to read. The picture stands out, it’s looks serious, so it goes with the title of the article. The picture reinforces melancholy feel, which links to the title. The colours stand out, and my having “dead” in the word and then having “summer” in red. It gives a sense of danger to the article. This is important as it informs the readers of who is being interviewed and what it’s about.
  4. 4. The title is short, easy to remember, the colour stands out against the background. All the articles are on the left side which shows that they’re important and want to be seen by the target audience. The colour also goes with the title. It has here, a list of what’s going to be involved in the magazine, which means the reader can make a quick decision whether they want to read the magazine. The background stands out, by having animations of blood and little eyes, goes with the rest of the shot. Making it desirable to the target audience.
  5. 5. The picture is a bit strange, and crazy which shows the type of audience the magazine is targeted at. Also it’s laid back which shows the style. Advertising, clear and tells the reader who the magazine is associated with. It has the magazines title again so that the reader can identify the style of the articles. The colour scheme follows through out the contents page, making it clear and effective. The sub headings are clear and organises the features better for the reader to see what they would like to read. This is to inform the reader of what the magazine is going to contain, so they can identify certain articles which they’d enjoy more. Editor’s letter, giving the reader a little more information and relating to the reader.
  6. 6. By having an unconventional picture of guys dressing in girls clothes, it shows how relaxed and fun this article is going to be. The colour scheme fits together, red, white, and black. By doing this is forms simplicity which the audience would appreciate as the point of a magazine is to read and relax. By having the speech marks, it showing that the magazine is highlighting a certain bit of text, the readers might like to read. For new time readers, they’ve added which members do what in the band, making it easier for the reader to identify and relate to the band and magazine. Also for fans of the bands, they’ve added dates from where they are playing. Showing the articles are always thought carefully about. By having the same text style, size and colour through out the magazine, it creates consistencies
  7. 7. Extras. It’s also got what else is included in the magazine, which again helps the reader to identify whether they want to read on. Extras. It has the date, which means the reader can keep updated. Useful. Extras. It also has the list of bands, which means the reader can instantly identify whether they want to read the magazine. Main image. By having the close up, you can see the emotions and style of the picture. & the picture goes with the features on the front cover Title. Strong, bold, remember able title that the reader would notice. Colour scheme It is simple but effective, because of the different coloured back ground in the picture, you can’t have to much colour as it would clash, so it all fits together.
  8. 8. The readers of the magazine value live gigs and performances. This is clearly represented through the choice of imagery The images also set a style of authenticity and originality. Which the readers can identify with. The layout is very simple, the text is slightly angled. It has a torn quality shows that it’s not perfect. But also the size, font style and colour have all been kept the same. That generates a house style. CD covers of new releases likely to be reviewed in the magazine. No large page numbers associated with the pictures.
  9. 9. The colour scheme goes red and white. But having such a simple scheme it makes it easier for the reader to read. The layout is also very simple which shows the style of the band, there’s not loads happening which suggests they’re simple and relaxed. However, both images portray there style as happy and fun, which the reader would respond to. Again it has quotes and annotations, which are used to help the reader identify the more important bits. Again they’re using the torn quality which gives the impression of imperfection.
  10. 10. The colour scheme goes red and white. But having such a simple scheme it makes it easier for the reader to read. The layout is also very simple which shows the style of the band, there’s not loads happening which suggests they’re simple and relaxed. However, both images portray there style as happy and fun, which the reader would respond to. Again it has quotes and annotations, which are used to help the reader identify the more important bits. Again they’re using the torn quality which gives the impression of imperfection.

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