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Double page Process

  1. 1. This is a powerpoint of my double Page Progress.<br />
  2. 2. To give the page a more professional layout, I added a bar at the top with a blue text box to allow the reader to see that the contents of the page is an interview.<br />To begin the making of my double page, I started by laying out the pictures on the left hand side. I decided to have a ‘collage’ of three pictures because I feel this offers the reader a chance to see more images of the interviewee. <br />I added page numbers with a black background so they will be visible despite the colour of the page.<br />
  3. 3. The next step I took was to add the title to the page. After looking on Da Font I decided to go for the ‘Illuminate’ font which was similar to the font on one of the NME double pages I looked at. I feel the font shows up well on the background and is easily readable.<br />After adding the main title I then added the subheading, I decided to go for a more subtle text. I underlined the ‘exclusively’ to draw attention to this and I also put <br />‘Esther’ in italics, again to emphasise it.<br />
  4. 4. Like this NME double page, I have chosen to create a column of a different colour to contain extra information. <br />This gives the reader a chance to have a break from reading the blocks of text of the main article. Also, I think it looks more attractive on the page and adds more colour. I chose grey because the background of my pictures is also grey and so it follows a colour theme.<br />
  5. 5. The next process of making my front cover was to add the text to the main article. I chose to use the same colour which I used for the bar at the top of the page, in order to have a colour scheme throughout, for the Questions. I then used black for the answers. I made the first letter of the article a drop capital.<br />
  6. 6. After completing my main article I began on the text box. I chose to have other artists commenting on Esther’s new solo album. I began by creating the title for the box. I chose white to stand out against the background. I then put the photos of the artists and placed their names next to the photos. I placed a black bar to separate the two artist opinions.<br />After completing my main article, I found a quote that I thought would be appealing to the audience and dropped it into the space I left in the article. I used the same font for this as the main heading, ‘illuminate’ I think it looks attractive and stands out, breaking up the large blocks of text.<br />
  7. 7. The next step was to add the text to the artists opinions section, I chose a black, simple font in order to make it clear and easy to read against the grey background. I then decided to add a track list of the bets tracks on the album and give it a star rating.<br />
  8. 8. This is my completed double page spread;<br />

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