Modern Newspaper TemplateA modern newspaper template
Wherever you can, use plenty of empty spaces. In the past, papers always seemed overcrowded, but modern designs tend to use more whitespace, giving more importance to the pictures and text you have on a page.
This may be extremely true, but the idea of using more whitespace and making your newspaper look less congested is the one. Bring more room between image and text. Remove more text and add more whitespace between paragraph, column, and other text fields. A newspaper always prints colours more darkly than your computer monitor, so it's important to brighten your colours.
This style expired in the last ten years when it was still new. Contemporary designs often use pictures in a raster or geometrical patterns. The focus of your newspaper designs and layouts is on your article and story. Keep the same fonts for each of your different text groupings: your body text, your title, your captions, and your headlines.
This may seem boring, but a well oriented newspaper will turn out to be far better than those that are not oriented well. Images - Align the images as you can and text if necessary. Title - Align title vertical or horizontal where it's apparent. Centring title over column will also look good.
If you have room on the right, make sure you have exactly the same room on the right. When you have room between a caption and a text box, make sure you keep the same distance between other captions and text boxes. Maintain image aspect ratio - If you only need to resize an image on one side (vertical or horizontal) to adjust it to a specific location, do not resize it.
It' always better to trim the frame to make it look right than to make it look artificial. Blank room is just as important as the room you use. Leave big gaps in your newspaper layout is not smart, but trying to use all the free spaces may not be smart either.
Well-placed blank or blank areas can really make a newspaper look striking, look neat, look cool and look stylish. Visit our Design and Layout Center for more hints, instructions and tutorials: