Visual comparison of conventions

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Visual comparison of conventions

  1. 1. Visual Comparison of Conventions By Daryl Teague
  2. 2. Front Covers Large Masthead which stands out well due to it being large. Strip of information at the top of the cover. Similar cover image of a band with seductive female artistCoverlines which stand outwell with aggressive andsan serif fonts More information at the bottom of the page Free posters such as artists and gift stories Price and barcode
  3. 3. Contents Pages Large Contents title placed in the top corner and stands out well to the reader Editors letter in the top left corner which gives information about the magazine to the reader Pull quote under the contents title which is typically aggressive and uses slang words to appeal to the target audience as it is conventional of the rock genreWide range ofimages placed onthe contents page Similarwith captions and conventionalinformation about layoutthe story/article Contents information both conventionally placed on Subscription offer in the bottom the side to give the audience knowledge on where to right corner for fans of the look to find what they want from the magazine magazine who want to subscribe
  4. 4. Double Page Spreads Large body copys with 2 columns which is conventional in double page spreads Both have conventional Standfirsts under their headline which stand out to the audienceImage which covers over half ofthe page which is conventional asit makes the article look moreappealing and can attract theaudience into reading the bodycopy Both have conventional kickers which can help lead the reader into looking at the body copy Both contain pull quotes which are large and easily visible Page numbers so the reader know what page theyre on

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