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Research: Features Page

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Chris Taylor

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Transcript of Research: Features Page

FEATURES PAGE
Research:
KENT LIFE

Use of Drop Cap makes the beginning of the article stand out from the rest, the reader knows where to start.
Page is very text heavy with three columns per page. Suggesting an older audience who are willing to read a full length article, who may have a longer attention span.
Editor pulls quotes out of the main block of text to grab attention from the other text. Language choice of the quote is powerful and a bold statement, creating an enigma making the reader want to know more about it, Barthes theory.
The background is white, plain and un-detailed, this is done so it does not distract the reader away from the content of the article.
The opening paragraph of the article is set out from the rest of the text, it is in a different font too. This will appeal to the audience because it will allow them to instantly determine whether or not they will want to read the full text.
Title is presented through a bold serif font, drawing the eye of the audience. The language used is vague and creates an enigma to make the reader want to know more.
Image is a close up of a sword, making it instantly recognizable and will make the audience want to read more about why that sword is featured on the magazine. Use of a shallow depth of field so all of the focus is set on the sword making the reader focus on it.
Long shot of a man looking at a painting, this lets the reader place themselves in that situation and determine whether or not it is a story that they will be interested in. The way that the model is standing makes the user intrigued as to what he is studying.
ABSOLUTE BRIGHTON
Title is in a bold serif font, this captures the attention of the audience since it has a large impact on the rest of the text on the page and looks unique. The name 'news' gives the user a sense of keeping up to date with everything that has been going on (could be aimed at a younger audience)
Bold text found here exaggerates the importance of the text and because of this grabs the audiences attention.
Reminder of who produces the magazine which creates a sense of brand recognition.
The background is white, plain and un-detailed, this is done so it does not distract the reader away from the content of the article.
Image shows relaxation and peacefulness, connotations of the magazines ideology and therefore it appeals to the audience (Barthes theory).
The subtle separation of the different sections of the text shows organization, this means that all of the different paragraphs can be on their own and distinctive from one another.
Subheading of the article appeals to the audience because it allows them to instantly decide whether or not they will be interested in the following article. Since it is used frequently in this page, it also breaks up and separates the different articles and therefore the user will find it easier to find a story that they will care about (cognitive needs met).
Since there are multiple images used on the page itself, it gives more of a visual interest to the user, making them more likely to read the page. A long shot is being used for the one on the top right, allowing the audience to place them in that very situation.
The text on this page is mostly kept minimal, this suggests to me that this is set out for a younger audience who typically does not like reading longer articles.

The small volume of text can also serve as an enigma to the reader, making them want to read more and find out more (barthes).
SUSSEX LIFE
The opening paragraph of the article is set out from the rest of the text, it is in a different font too. This will appeal to the audience because it will allow them to instantly determine whether or not they will want to read the full text.
Use of capitalized word makes the beginning of the article stand out from the rest, the reader knows where to start.
Long shot of the women at work in her studio, this lets the reader place themselves in that situation and determine whether or not it is a story that they will be interested in. The way that the model is posing make the reader want to know more about the girl and subject.
Page is very text heavy with three columns per page. Suggesting an older audience who are willing to read a full length article, who may have a longer attention span.
Reminder of who produces the magazine which creates a sense of brand recognition.
Title is in a bold serif font, this captures the attention of the audience since it has a large impact on the rest of the text on the page and looks unique.
Subheading of the article appeals to the audience because it allows them to instantly decide whether or not they will be interested in the following article. This fulfills the cognitive needs of the user.
SUMMARY
Almost always multiple images used on one article, this creates a heavier visual aspect of the article and allows the audience to form a connection with the accompanying story.
Title can move around from article to article, sometimes the layout is set out so the image is at the top and the title beneath, or to the side.
Blocks of text are almost always found on this page, font size 10/11 are used, with it all generally set out into three different columns.
The style and organization of the page is typically more informational than aiming it more to a personal story.
You will usually find long shots and close ups here, they both serve their own different purposes, doing their job very well.
Text is aligned through full justification to give the page a more organized lay out.
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