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Headline on photographs

The eternal dilemma! Dilemma of all editors on the planet Earth – to put or not put the headline or any kind of type in the photo. I’ve worked with editors who either love the headlines in the photo, or hate it. I know designers who have different theories about it, but trust me, all … Continue reading

Headlines – centered or flush left, part 2

Centered headlines dominated newspapers for decades, in the seventies (last century) some newspapers have started to experiment with the flush left alignment in headlines. One of the first paper that applied this trend and transfer it to captions, leads and some other minor elements is the Chicago Daily News. To make a comment on what … Continue reading

Headlines – centered or flush left

Centered headlines give the newspaper more classic and traditional look,. Flush left headlines are more modern and create more white on the side; This alignment must be accompanied with other elements that have the same alignment (quotes, leads, captions under the picture, the authors of the text, etc.), while this rule does not applie to … Continue reading

Headlines, the bigger the better

Fact – readers like headlines that are bigger. Every newspaper should have a set of rules for the headline sizes. This rule automatically assigns gradation to other headlines on the page. For example: Let say we talk about broadsheet newspaper. 48 point headline is average for its most important story (it will go up to … Continue reading

Aston Martin DB10

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Architect Oscar Niemeyer

"My work is not about form follows function, but form follows beauty or, even better, form follows feminine."

BACK to BASICS: Portraits

Portraits of people are one of the first elements of the photography used in newspapers.

Typography: x-heigh

In typography, x-heigh refers to the heigh of lower case letters without upper or lower parts when compared to capital letters...

Designer George Lois

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Newspaper typefaces require a higher legibility then typefaces used for other printed products. Newspaper are printed on a paper of lesser quality under high speed.

How to redesign 1

Good redesign is driven by a deep understanding of the editorial mission of the publication.

Headline on photographs

The eternal dilemma! Dilemma of all editors on the planet Earth – to put or not put the headline or any kind of type in the photo.

Design Facts

Three elements that will greatly help you to understand how readers are observing you.

Typeface: NY Times Magazine

Sunday Magazine is an expansive family of fonts for information in tiny spaces and headlines at large sizes.


When, why and whether to use infographic. The basic fact is that infographic refresh the publication, and it contributes to originality of your product.

A well-designed publication

Everything that a well-designed publication must have...