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Magazine Spread Design
Transcript of Magazine Spread Design
A few elements that make a successful magazine layout?
Magazine Layout Design
This can be done with size, weight and proportions.
The point of type is to be read!
Fonts To Avoid:
Some fonts are overused. When these are used it seems like the designer is just being lazy. Beware of crazy fonts!
- White space is the space that is not filled by any objects.
- White space helps to create a clean look.
- Your text should not be up against the page sides or other elements.
- It is important that your eye flows nicely through the layout. The eye should not bounce around.
Do and Don't of
DO: Make text easy to read by using contrasting colors.
DON'T: Place dark text on dark backgrounds or light on light background.
DO: Break up your text in small columns so they are easy to read.
DON'T: Use wide columns of text.
DO: Arrange images carefully across gutter.
DON'T: Put faces or important info in the gutter.
DO: Use a pull quote or design elements to draw interest.
DON'T: Miss opportunities to draw interest into your design.
DO: Use your right and left pages to your advantage.
DO: Make your text and images work together.
DON'T: Think of them as separate units.
- the title of the article
- the start of the article formatted differently than the body.
- always includes the page number and can include author, magazine name, date, etc.
- used to break up a large body of text.
- authors and photographers
1. Look at the following spreads and think about which one catches your eyes and what spreads don't.
2. Type the title of the spread that you like best and type the title of the spread you like the least.
3. Thinking about what you just learned, explain why you selected those spreads.
We will then share with a partner before discussing as a class.
- where the pages come together.
Part of Mag. Spread