Designing for Newspapers and Magazines / Edition 1by Chris Frost, Frost Chris
Pub. Date: 10/15/2003
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Designing for Newspapers and Magazines shows how a well- designed publication can
Designing For Newspapers and Magazines examines how newspapers and magazines are produced. It offers guidance on how to produce attractive publications and how to tailor them to their target audience by advising them on the use of color, text placement, typography and images.
Designing for Newspapers and Magazines shows how a well- designed publication can provide a powerful platform for good journalism. Written by an experienced journalist and newspaper designer, the book details the elements of a good design and provides instruction on how to get the most out of computers and computer-aided design. A final section examines a range of different local and national publications and explains the reasoning that underpins their design choices.
Designing for Newspapers and Magazines includes: how to set up a new publication; planning an edition of a newspaper or magazine; typography and working with text; working with images and technical production; designin
Table of Contents1. Function and History of Design 2. Publication Style Technical Data 3. Production Process Printing Processes Colour Print Process 4. Pre-Planning and Copy Tasting 5. Designing Pages Pictures on a Page Text Other Display Dype Some Dos and Don'ts of Design 6. Master Pages, Templates and Stylesheets 7. Typography Devices to Add Interest 8. Words in Type 9. Using Pictures Cropping Pictures Scaling Pictures 10. Using Colour 11. Publishing Ethics 12. Design Masterclass 13. Bibliography and Appendices Glossary Websites of Interest Bibliography
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