TLF ID L8743
Examine how visual elements in a magazine page affect reader response. Compare a poorly-created magazine page layout with a good page layout and identify how the visual elements in the good layout work better to convey meaning to the reader. Explore how the style, size, colour and placement of images, text and other page elements can improve the readability of the page. Examine the magazine's model page layouts, then create a new page layout to suit the magazine’s requirements. Try different page layouts to compare the effect. Finally, reflect on what a good layout for a magazine is and why it is important. This learning object is one in a series of four objects.