Large bold title to make the magazine easily recognisable and would be easily read from a distance and stand out among oth...
Large bold title to make the magazine easily recognisable and would be easily read from a distance and stand out among oth...
Barcode hidden away in the bottom corner out the way.  Name of artist on the front cover in a large eye catching font.  Cl...
Large ‘V’ in the background – similar for all their contents pages and is a way of continuing the title through the magazi...
Funky font with the word ‘Contents’ spread out. Makes the contents unique and modern.   Very small page numbers – out the ...
Recognisable logo in the top corner Sub headings for ease of locating what you want to read about and for speed. Page numb...
Quote from within the interview with the celebrity. Normally something that makes you want to read the interview to discov...
Name of band who the article is going to be about – lets you know in advance without having to read on  Big block capital ...
Title to show you what you’re about to read about. Large pictures of the band featured – taking up the majority of the dou...
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  1. 1. Large bold title to make the magazine easily recognisable and would be easily read from a distance and stand out among other magazines. Rule of 3 colour palette- keeping the scheme clean and not too in your face. Colours chosen are red, black and white. List of celebs gets customers attention and appeals to a wider audience as they have mentioned so many famous artists. Also, variety of colours, fonts and font size adds visual interest These cover lines are called lures or plugs – they entice the reader and make you want to know more about what that particular article is going to be about. Large image of celebrity with the face in top 3 rd of the magazine as that is the most important eye catching area of the magazine. This image is provocative yet of a famous female artist appealing to both males and females. Play on words using one of her song titles as a link to the fact she’s crouching down. Name of artist on the front cover in a large eye catching font. Barcode hidden away in the bottom corner out the way. Quote from interview of the celebrity on the cover
  2. 2. Large bold title to make the magazine easily recognisable and would be easily read from a distance and stand out among other magazines. Barcode hidden away in the bottom corner out the way. Rule of 3 colour palette- keeping the scheme clean and not too in your face. Colours chosen are pink, black and dark red. Large image of celebrity with the face in top 3 rd of the magazine as that is the most important eye catching area of the magazine. This image is provocative yet of a famous female artist appealing to both males and females. Name of artist on the front cover in a large eye catching font. Clues about what the interview with the cover celebrity is going to include. Interesting visuals used via the variations in font size and thickness Dressed male celebrity in pink – this ties in with the colour scheme and also appeals to the females. These cover lines are called lures or plugs – they entice the reader and make you want to know more about what that the different articles are going to be about.
  3. 3. Barcode hidden away in the bottom corner out the way. Name of artist on the front cover in a large eye catching font. Clues about what the interview with the cover celebrity is going to include. Interesting visuals used via the variations in font size and thickness Use of props (the panthers) makes the magazine individual and stand out because its different. Lily poses in the top 3 rd of the magazine- as this is the most important part. These cover lines are called lures or plugs – they entice the reader and make you want to know more about what the various articles are going to be about. Large bold title to make the magazine easily recognisable and would be easily read from a distance and stand out among other magazines. Short title is clever as it grabs your attention straight away and the large Q on the red background is a recognised logo. More cover lines are called lures or plugs – they entice the reader and make you want to know more about what that else is going to be covered in the magazine. Play on words using the word beast as a link to the fact she’s posing with wild animals.
  4. 4. Large ‘V’ in the background – similar for all their contents pages and is a way of continuing the title through the magazine without writing it everywhere. Another photo of the celebrity on the front of the magazine – as they have the main featured interview. Funky font with the word ‘Contents’ spread out. Makes the contents unique and modern. Small sub headings to make it easy to browse through the contents to find what you want to read about. Very small font with key words in bold – once again making it easier to find what you’re looking for Very small page numbers – out the way yet in a conventional position. Simple font/background colour scheme – easy to follow and read
  5. 5. Funky font with the word ‘Contents’ spread out. Makes the contents unique and modern. Very small page numbers – out the way yet in a conventional position. Another photo of the celebrity on the front of the magazine – as they have the main featured interview. Small sub headings to make it easy to browse through the contents to find what you want to read about. Large ‘V’ in the background – similar for all their contents pages and is a way of continuing the title through the magazine without writing it everywhere. Title in the top right corner with the issue date Simple font/background colour scheme – easy to follow and read
  6. 6. Recognisable logo in the top corner Sub headings for ease of locating what you want to read about and for speed. Page numbers in a different colour – to make them stand out and to tie in with the colour scheme Date of issue Large picture of featured artist/group who are going to have the main interview within the magazine. Simple colour scheme keeping it modern and neat looking. Conventional page number location.
  7. 7. Quote from within the interview with the celebrity. Normally something that makes you want to read the interview to discover more about why the quotes been chosen. Celebrities name in a different colour to stand out. Also, it is in red, tying into what she is wearing in her picture. Written in columns to make it easier to read. Large picture of celebrity – normally takes up about a whole page. Page number in conventional bottom corner.
  8. 8. Name of band who the article is going to be about – lets you know in advance without having to read on Big block capital start – conventional in articles Brief introduction to what the article is going to be about – always in a larger font to the article itself. Conventional easy to read columns. Page number hidden away at the bottom as you would expect. Large picture of the band featured – normally taking up a page or more
  9. 9. Title to show you what you’re about to read about. Large pictures of the band featured – taking up the majority of the double spread. Large capital letter to signal the start of the article Columns make the writing easy to read and follow Large title in a variety of fonts and colours for visual interest and all keeping within the rule of 3 colour scheme (red, white and black). Highlighted to make it stand out so you know you are getting an exclusive interview.

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