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  1. 1. I have picked out the colour orange from the clothing the model is wearing. It also follows the colour scheme from the two other pages.<br />Before I thought of my content I decided to split it up into sections, therefore deciding what to put would be easier.<br />I decided to use a minimal amount of images on the contents page. My main image covers the feature article and takes up the majority of the page.<br />
  2. 2. At this point I have decided on the content for my magazine.<br />I opted to have a large features and regulars section as this is what ultimately sells the magazine. <br />I have included another image linked to the competitions section. <br />
  3. 3. Because I have so much text, I thought that breaking it up into 2 columns would make it easier to read.<br />For each feature, I wrote a heading and then underneath a brief outline of what it is about <br />e.g. “THE WEEK IN PICTURES”<br />The good the bad and the ugly.<br />
  4. 4. At this stage, I have decided that this is my final layout.<br />In the bottom right hand corner, I have included some photography that I took at a gig I attended. Adding gig photos makes the magazine look more authentic, as many of the style models had gig photos in at some point.<br />
  5. 5. By adding the black strips, the contents page no longer looks as plain and bland. It looks more sophisticated.<br />When looking at it, everything is clear to read and is positioned well.<br />I think I have successfully kept the colour scheme of black and orange flowing throughout the magazine nicely.<br />