On InDesign Ithen viewedbaseline gridso that whenusing text, Iwould knowwhere toposition it.
I then placed the three images thatI had manipulated on Photoshoponto InDesign. After this I was ableto simply place all images in thecentre of the page on InDesign.
In order to put my masthead on mycontents page I simply opened my frontcover and selected the masthead andcopied it onto my contents page and thenadjusted the size.
This is my text that will be included on mycontents page as part of the editor speakssection. I typed it on word so that I couldeasily copy it onto InDesign into a text boxinstead of typing it on InDesign.
This text is going to be placed above the editor speaks text. The font I have used is stencil which is consistent font that I have used on front cover as well.This is the title for my contents pagethat will be placed underneath bymasthead. The font that I have used isalso stencil however I have changed thecolour to pink as it is part of my colourscheme.
This is the title for one section of the contents page. The font used is Stencil which is another font that has remained consistent throughout the production of my front cover.The font I have used here however isRockwell which is another font that hasconsistently been used as well. Due tothe fact that this piece of text is placedunderneath I have chosen a smallerfont. The font I have used here is also stencil. However due to the fact that is a number I have used blue to set it apart from the text.
I have used two fonts for this sectionswhich are Rockwell and Stencil. I havealso only used three colours whichrelate back to my colour scheme. As aresult of this I have therefore shownconsistency throughout this page andalso linked it back to front cover page.
This is my final contents page.Finally I inserted the pagenumbers on the images thatrelated to the page. I haveused the colour pink becausewhen I tried to use blue orblack I found that they didn’tshow as clearly.