Contents Production

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Contents Production

  1. 1. This is the main picture that I’m going to use for my contents. I stretched it across the wholepage to make it large enough. This shows that this picture is to do with the most importantarticle. I also added a stroke effect and a drop shadow to make the picture stand out more.
  2. 2. Here, I have added some information with the picture – the page number, the band’s name, and a short description of what the article is about.
  3. 3. This is the title I will use for the page. The large yellow font conforms to the colour scheme of the front cover.
  4. 4. I added a second image which is of a person against a grey background. To make the image more interesting I created the effect of his head overlapping the edge of the square.
  5. 5. Here I have added the articles that are found inside the magazine. It is laid out in two sections, features, and regulars. This follows conventions of magazines. I added black boxes as a background to the text which sticks with the page’s colour scheme.
  6. 6. I added two extra parts which you can usually find on contents pages – an editors letter and information on how to subscribe. This also filled in the empty space I had on my cover.
  7. 7. I changed the fonts to some custom ones downloaded of dafont.com. I have used the samefonts as on the front cover: Alegre Sans, Steelfish and SF Movie Poster. I also added a gradient background which also sticks to the scheme of the front cover.
  8. 8. This the contents page that I will ask for audience feedback on.

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