Sunday, February 22, 2009
Magazine spreads depend on intended audience, content, and must grab the reader's attention in order to get them to continue reading. The examples show two different approaches in layout. The top left and right, as well as the bottom left shows a continuous image across two pages, while the bottom right seems to be divided in half. The images should visually enhance what the article will entail and the text should flow from the initial response to avoid interruptions. There is also a visual hierarchy in all four examples that keep it interesting.