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In the lesson this week we had discussed the different types of Codes and Conventions of a Contents Page. Here are many examples...

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Codes and conventions of a contents page

Colour

The colour of this contents page is very simple, they usually range from around 2-4 neutral colours. They will always match the cover which can give you a better idea on it’s genre.

Main Image

The main image should be of whoever is on the front cover of the magazine. This is so people know they are the main artist/band of this magazine and that they are the main focus.

Codes and Conventions of a Contents Page

Headline

This usually gives a brief inside to what you’re going to be reading about. They will usually have a description to what the article is about (only thin) and it will only be a couple of lines of text

Categories

Categories for different sections are used, the title should be in a different colour or can be put in bold. This includes titles such as ‘Reviews’, ‘News’, etc. This give you an inside to what you will be reading.

Columns

This article come’s with 2 different columns. However, usually they should range from about 2-3.

Subsidiary Images

Usually other images to do with artists in the magazine however in this case, this is a subscription which will include the magazine’s contact number or website address.


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