Astrid Williams
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I'm putting this in this board because magazines, to me, can be a space to escape to. I love Frankie Magazine and what's great is this new release from the Frankie team; Smith Journal (for men and women who like reading men's magazines!). It's funny, easy to read and full of interesting stories and crafty ideas. For men but, like Frankie, written in a way that appeals to all genders. It'll only be coming out twice a year though.

I'm putting this in this board because magazines, to me, can be a space to escape to. I love Frankie Magazine and what's great is this new release from the Frankie team; Smith Journal (for men and women who like reading men's magazines!). It's funny, easy to read and full of interesting stories and crafty ideas. For men but, like Frankie, written in a way that appeals to all genders. It'll only be coming out twice a year though.

This graphic adds more to the peice rather than direct the eye but compliments the layout well. Huck magazine | Magazine Designing

This graphic adds more to the peice rather than direct the eye but compliments the layout well. Huck magazine | Magazine Designing

This is a journal in which uses the CRAP principles throughout the layout including the contrast between the title type and main body text. Repetiton can include the use of a header on top of every page, the black rule on top of pages containing type.  The alignment of the text is mainly aligned to the left except for the front cover and photographic page spread.  There's a good use of proximity and utilisation of white space making everything easily read.

This is a journal in which uses the CRAP principles throughout the layout including the contrast between the title type and main body text. Repetiton can include the use of a header on top of every page, the black rule on top of pages containing type. The alignment of the text is mainly aligned to the left except for the front cover and photographic page spread. There's a good use of proximity and utilisation of white space making everything easily read.