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Creating an e zine

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Creating an e zine

  1. 1. Creating an E-zine
  2. 2. PhotoCredit: http://www.percederberg.net/software/liquidsite/publishing.jpg
  3. 3. PhotoCredit: http://ww1.prweb.com/prfiles/2009/11/18/476384/CreativeClassroomL ogo.JPG
  4. 4. Photocredit: http://www.learningconversations.co.uk/main/media/blogs/mark/netw ork_publishing_process.001.png
  5. 5. Magazines Photo credit: http://www.postpublishing.co.th/images/product/all-unit.jpg
  6. 6. Photocredit: http://www.fs.fed.us/outernet/rm/publications/authors_corner/rmrs_p ublishing_flowchart.jpg
  7. 7. Photocredit:https://www.pinterest.com/pin/346003183845616965/
  8. 8. Photocredit:https://www.pinterest.com/pin/346003183845168968/
  9. 9. Coverpage Photo credit: http://ffaasstt.swide.com/wp- content/uploads/jessica-alba- latina-magazine-cover.jpg
  10. 10. Location Photocredit:http://heathenmedia.co.uk/scheeseman/files/2013/12/Screen-shot-2013-12-13-at-9.40.40-AM.png Or Plug Coverline
  11. 11. • Masthead: The name of the magazine presented on the front cover. Dateline: Publication date often shown in months and years, usually contains price too. Main Image: The largest image shown on the front cover, showing its relation to the main headline and story. Coverlines: These are at most, a sentence, to explain a story that will feature inside the magazine. They are usually appear smaller (smaller the size, the least importance usually, this applies for the main cover line also). Coverlines sometimes contain small images, obviously relating to the relevant coverline. Main Cover line: The largest and most visible and outstanding coverline, relating to the main image. Usually takes up a lot of the front cover along with the main image. Bar code: Standard bar code, on every magazine, used by the retailers. Selling line: This is a short description of the title's main marketing point, for example Empire magazine's selling line is 'The World's Biggest Movie Magazine'.
  12. 12. Photo credit: http://heathenmedia.co.uk/lbyne/files/2013/10/ScreenHunter_17- Oct.-16-21.19.jpg
  13. 13. Source: The secrets of magazine cover design by Tony Quinn http://www.magforum.com/cover_secrets.htm
  14. 14. Masthead (title, logotype, logo or nameplate) The name of the magazine displayed in a specific typeface. This is the visual branding of the title and is often done in a specially designed typeface to be easily recognised and unique. The masthead - also called a title - is usually used on the contents page inside as well as the front cover, and as a logo for advertising and branding purposes. Titles for leading magazines are often designed by specialised typographers such as Dave Farey and Richard Dawson(Good Food, Maxim, Design Week) and Matthew Carter (Private Eye). Source: The secrets of magazine cover design by Tony Quinn http://www.magforum.com/cover_secrets.htm
  15. 15. Selling line Short, sharp description of the title's main marketing point (for Cosmopolitan: 'The world's No 1 magazine for young women') or perhaps setting out its editorial philosophy, such as FHM's 'funny, sexy, useful' Source: The secrets of magazine cover design by Tony Quinn http://www.magforum.com/cover_secrets.htm
  16. 16. Elements of the cover page _____Unity can be achieved by carrying out a common theme in the type styles, photos, story titles and descriptions. Do all the parts work together? _____Think about readability, can you read the type against the background? Is the type style readable? Are the sentences too long? Are the titles descriptive enough to make you know what the article is about? Does the type size signify the importance? _____Does the photo or photos support the theme? Does the photo catch your eye? Is it too busy or too simple? _____How is your effort and craftsmanship? You will need to be selecting, cutting, pasting and cropping. Does your cover look professionally neat? _____Layout, how did you arrange all the elements? Is the type all lined up flush left, right, centered? Is the type over the picture or a background? Did you add a banner with the issue date, web site, and cost? Does the layout make it easy to read or confusing? - See more at: http://www.incredibleart.org/files/mag.htm#sthash.2IYHxhHC.dpuf Source: http://www.incredibleart.org/files/mag.htm
  17. 17. Photo credit: http://www.ezymedia.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/09/PAGE- LAYOUT1-1.png
  18. 18. Source; https://gskingley1.files.wordpress.com/2013/04/kid-cudi-magazine-layout.jpg
  19. 19. Source and for more sample page lay-outs see http://www.slideshare.net/PriyankaRadha/analysis-of-music-magazine-double-page- spreads-30381233
  20. 20. Photo credit: http://jolieduhonviscomm .blogspot.tw/
  21. 21. Photo credit: http://www.mightymeta.co.uk/repe titive-swipe-injury-challenging- design-conventions-within-tablet- publications/
  22. 22. Inside Pages • http://www.magazinedesigning.com/structure -of-the-magazine/ Source: http://www.magazinedesigning.com/structure-of-the-magazine/
  23. 23. Other references • Anatomy of a magazine: http://journalism.uoregon.edu/~sasbury/wha tsitcalled.pdf • http://website101.com/Ezine/ezine_basics.ht ml
  24. 24. Students’ Ezines • http://issuu.com/wenzao/docs/trend • http://issuu.com/wenzao/docs/may_e-zine/2 • http://issuu.com/wenzao/docs/abc • http://padlet.com/aidenyeh/1mcwqdxsk1 • --------------------------------
  25. 25. • http://issuu.com/integracion/docs/integraci__ n_32_ •
  26. 26. To be published using http://issuu.com/ • Adobe digital publishing • Photoshop • PowerPoint • Word • Microsoft Publisher
  27. 27. Free online tools • Lucid Press, https://www.lucidpress.com/pages/examples/ free-digital-magazine-software • Canva, https://www.canva.com/ • http://elearningindustry.com/the-5-best-free- digital-magazine-creation-tools-for-teachers • http://www.educatorstechnology.com/2012/1 1/9-tools-to-create-e-magazines-and.html
  28. 28. Roles and responsibilities can be but not limited to the ff: • Writers (all) • lay-out artists (FP, logo) • photographers • Editors
  29. 29. In-class Task • Brainstorm and publish on your wiki your group’s Ezine study: • - the name of your ezine • - the logo of your e-zine (Masthead) • - Selling line • - the titles of featured articles • - a picture that encapsulates the theme of your e-zine (with photo caption)
  30. 30. In-class task 2 • Revise your letter to the editor to make it look like your own Editorial piece • Delete the letter format i.e. header, date, email etc. • Retain content and title. It should look like a short 3-5 paragraph article. Retain link to the news article that you’re commenting/reacting to. • Design a creative page lay-out using Word, publisher, photoshop, PowerPoint or Canva and other apps you can use. Publish finished work to your blog. Include the URL link if available. You can save and upload a PDF version on your wiki.

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