This was a two-page spread of the front page and inside page in one of the newspaper issues I have made during my time working at The Rockford Squire. These pages were extra special to me because I wrote the top story for that week!
What I do when making newspaper pages:
My job as a graphic designer at The Rockford Squire consists of making advertisements and in this instance, making newspaper pages. I design a blueprint of where all the ads are going to go in the newspaper then I use that to make the page itself in InDesign. The goal is to fit as much copy as I can on the pages while still having fairly good sized article photos and plenty of room to breathe between the ads. The pages vary greatly depending on what articles we have to run and if they have their own special format or not.
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