Plain back background. Short catchy magazine title. The features at the side of the pages. To not cover the main image. Simple cover picture which appeals to my audience. Headline then a brief description of the page.For my front cover I made sure it was simple as from my research that’s what draws people to buy amagazine. My female cover image is simple and ‘indie looking’ to relate to my genre. The artists featuredon my cover all correspond with what genre my magazine is trying to portray. The colour scheme is simpleand consistent throughout my cover and through to my contents page. The title and tag line are simple andmemorable with a bold font so my page does not look to packed and messy. The date, price, issue date and
Contents title across the top The same title font. Pictures on one side of the page with corresponding page numbers. Listings down the side of the page in clear font and numbers. Similar layout throughout.I wanted to create a contents page that shares all the same conventions as aregular indie magazine. It is very simplistic to match my cover and uses the samecolour scheme also. The layout is the way it is due to the accessibility of theinformation of the pages. The pictures to the left correspond to one of the articlesdown the opposite side. There is an e-mail address to show the realist aspect of mymagazine as many magazines I have read ask for e-mails.
Catchy and simple title. Informative tag line. Relevant picture. Drop Cap in my article.For my double page spread, I tried to replicate a real magazine. The article itself is veryinformative and achieved its goal on trying to give the insight of a new artist. The picture isrelevant to what is being said. I tried to keep the font readable and not to fancy as it would notlook as effective and appealing.