Here is the beginnings of my magazine spread, I started to play around with the question mark of the iWonder because it really emphasises that the TV show is based upon common questions that people may have in everyday life. I decided to use the photograph of my sister’s face because it really portrays pure emotion, the kind of expression I’d imagine a victim of war to have after a bombing had finished. The fact that the girl in the image is young and crying will effect the audience in such a way that they will almost feel like they want to know why she’s crying and want to help – much like a family member would. This curiosity also links to the ‘wonder’ in iWonder. I hope to engage people and make them want to know what really did happen to their family in the war.
This is the photograph I decided to use as the main image for my first draft: (THIS PHOTOGRAPH IS MINE)
As for the design so far, I have decided to choose one colour per spread, this colour shall change for every spread that’s published – the colour shall definitely be shown in the logo, though I may change it. I plan to have the colour shown throughout the spread elsewhere too. The text is cut on a horizontal line to fit next to the cut of the image where the text comes out. See below.