Successfully reported this slideshow.
We use your LinkedIn profile and activity data to personalize ads and to show you more relevant ads. You can change your ad preferences anytime.

Process of my contents page


Published on


Published in: Lifestyle
  • Be the first to comment

  • Be the first to like this

Process of my contents page

  1. 1. PROCESS OF MY CONTENTS PAGE Step by step
  2. 2. Firstly I started off with a blank page. I added a text box and typed in contents page to allocate that this is my contents page.
  3. 3. I then added my masthead by using the right font and size needed to grab the audiences attention. After that I inserted an image to my contents page and then resized the image to fit my expectation.
  4. 4. I then inserted another image to correspond with my layout. In addition I inserted another image to my contents page.
  5. 5. After that I started to resize each image to make it look a certain way so its is not all crowded. Also added the last remaining image within this column,I lined all my images beneath each other.
  6. 6. Moreover, I used the line tool to make sections on my contents page. I then inserted another photo as I wanted more images on this contents page. I started to add my sub cover lines which were 5 in all the same font/size and colour so I can all go together well.
  7. 7. I started to write up all the featured articles within my magazine and included the editors letter, also a few extra details for my sub cover lines. All in the same font/size and colour. After that I added the page numbers to the text to illustrate where everything will be.
  8. 8. I used the line tool to add lines to underline all the sub cover lines and the editor letter part to make the text stand out. Additionally, I used the shape tool and made a rectangular shape and used the paint tool; to get the same colour as the front cover so it links, it is behind the masthead to make the masthead the centre of attention.
  9. 9. I then typed up an editors letter response to make the contents page more realistic. Lastly, I added an extra two images to fill the remaining spaces I had on my contents page, to make it all come together and look full and realistic.