|•||The main elements of print layout|
|•||The stages in the production of a basic print product|
|•||Sources and resources|
Modern newspaper and magazine design can be regarded as a form of packaging by which the contents are commended to the reader. The design must successfully project the sort of content in which the newspaper or magazine specializes to the sort of market it seeks. In essence, content governs projection so the design must look to the content and readership market for its inspiration. In the newspaper field what works for a popular tabloid would be unsuitable for a town evening paper with its many neighbourhood editions, although some local papers are increasingly ...