Friday, 19 July 2013

Exercise: research published layouts - part 2

For the second part of this post I looked at photo-stories published in the Sunday Times magazine. A different style of page layout has been used here compared to the National Geographic magazine. The main difference is that the NG has used a linear story format across many pages whereby the story unfolds an image at a time with gaps in pace for pages of text. In The Sunday Times magazine the stories are non-linear with double page spreads that show images in grids placed geometrically. This means that faced with a block of photographs at once there is less control over how the viewer sees them

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