Tuesday, 7 January 2014
The person on the front is showing off his muscles indicating if you were to read the magazine you will one day look like him. The colours are bright, attractive and appealing to bring the audience towards it. The layout of he page has important articles towards the top of the page in bigger fonts, however he less important information is at the bottom of the page, this effects the reader by making them want to read the larger fonts first.
The language used is directed a the reader in order o bring them into magazines, examples of such are, 'Strip away belly fat'.
This front cover is a lifestyle of a Celebrity (Simon Cowell), on the magazine cover simon cowell's face looks like it has been photo-shopped, this could be because he doesn't like what he looks like already. The colours are golden, silver and white, these colours are all light and all represented as 'Good' and 'Happy' colours. These colours are perhaps used to show the royalty of London and to show that it is a rich place.
This magazine is directed towards women, the primary colour used is pink and there is a girl on the front talking about 'the cutest clothes'. The language used is persuasive language trying to suck the reader in and spit them out empty handed.
This magazine uses bright colour to stand out, the important titles are bold and are a lot bigger, because they are meant to stand out. The women on the front is a model this could be to make men look at it as well as women. The language used is quite talkative and directed to impact the reader, e.g. 'How to ask ex-act-ly what you want in bed.'