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By Ryan Harrison
•Contents pages have numbers of what pages to go to within the magazine sopeople can look for the article they want to rea...
•All the pictures on the contents page havenumbers on them to anchor the picture•Contents pages always have a persistentco...
•On the bottom of the contents page is normallythe magazines website address / contact details•There are normally credits ...
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Codes and conventions of a contents page

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Codes and conventions of a contents page

  1. 1. By Ryan Harrison
  2. 2. •Contents pages have numbers of what pages to go to within the magazine sopeople can look for the article they want to read•There are picture of whats on some of the pages so the audience has a sort ofpreview before they go to that page•Headings separating different sections of the magazine so the audience canlook easier
  3. 3. •All the pictures on the contents page havenumbers on them to anchor the picture•Contents pages always have a persistentcolour scheme (normally white and black) tokeep it simple to read•The contents page always has a layout ofcolumns, usually 3 or 4 for more space forimages and to keep finding the page yourlooking for easier
  4. 4. •On the bottom of the contents page is normallythe magazines website address / contact details•There are normally credits for the front coverpicture within the contents page so the audiencecan know who designed it•The numbers on the contents page never havepage or pg next to them it always just a number tocreate more space around the page

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