OCR G321 The bullet points below are hyperlinks to the evaluation questions. The icons seen in the corners of slides are relevant to the question. •Q1. •Q2. •Q3. •Q4. •Q6.
Masthead: Must be the largest piece of text onColour Scheme: the page. ItAll magazines should be in ahave a colour distinctive fontscheme. It makes that the readerthe publication will remember.look moreprofessional. Subheadings: Subheadings are placed on the page according to how important to the reader they are
Strap: Is at the foremost top of the page. It lists either competitions or gigs. It is smaller than the masthead so it doesn’t takeAnchoring: this star is away thevery recognisable in attention, but isthis genre. Her there so thename/band is audience can see it.anchored onto her fistto show attitude. Eye Contact: this is vital so the reader feels involved and engaged in the magazine.
Fonts: too manyOther features: strong fonts clash..readers may not Big, bold fonts shouldbe interested in be used for mainthe main feature heading andso look at the masthead.other features tosee if they want tobuy the magazine. Barcode: least important part of magazine.
In this preliminary task, we were asked tocreate a magazine front cover where weourselves featured as the main image.We chose the image, main font and brand ofthis magazine.
Masthead: Catches eye ofButton: Selling the reader straightpoint – attracts away because atreaders who like the top of thethe star page.mentioned.Colour Scheme: Mode of Address:All colours are Star and featuressimilar so it relate to the idealcreates brand reader – appealsidentity. to key demographic.
Identity: MastheadStar: Usually is repeated torelated to the front create brandcover – engages identity.reader in mainfeature. Does notnecessarily need Columns: To ordereye contact with the features – easyreader. navigation for the reader, they can pick out what they want to read.Pull-Out Quote:Related to star Colour Scheme:and anchored on Creates brandstar. Relates to identity.one of the mainfeatures.