Planning the may issue
Hey all designers I have gone over the word count and I think this will roughly fit in the paper for the 12 pages. I have taken the standard News, Comment, Culture & Sport model for the order. What do people think of the arrangement?
Kellys says she would like to work on the poster cover I am going to work on the rest of the pages. I don't know what Sean you are able or want to be doing? I will call you.
For how we should do this - I am away this Sat & Sunday. So I think I should go to try and have the first draft done by Friday. I will post it up for thoughts and edits and then when I come back I will make the final version monday. However if Sean or someone else is are around this weekend you can take over working on it this weekend.
If we have serious disagreements over the weekend we will have an emergency Design working group meeting Monday 6pm at which we will finalise it . To send in Tuesday.
Page 1 A really cool Poster Cover
Page 2 Local Elections coverage
Page 3 Advert Full page
Page 4 don't vote & Underfunded safeguarding services leaves unidentified children at risk
page 5 Crisis payments underspent in Birmingham & Undemocratic minster for the midllands
page 6 Advert full page
page 7 ATOS & Green Homes
page 8 Trojan horse or silencing of dissent, what next? & Editoral (Dorter)
page 9 UKIP & Calling all women
Page 10 Shout Film Fest & John Lennon & ¼ page CATC advert
page 11 half page Coop advert & three penny opera
Page 12 F1: the Season so far
Poll Created Thu 1 May 2014 3:11PM
Front page decision Closed Sun 4 May 2014 4:05PM
Yes = go with Kellys cover
No = Redesign an electoral cover
Abstain = articles on the cover
|Results||Option||% of points||Voters|
4 of 6 people have voted (66%)
Thu 1 May 2014 3:13PM
after some thought I think it is best to stick with Kelly's it is a really really good design. Further I think we are pressed for time and I m not sure another such good quality cover can be designed in the re-design. but, I'm happy to give it a go.
Thu 1 May 2014 3:13PM
Think the workfare newspaper squares bit is good but could do with more explanation about the cuts and why they are bad as this is front page might put people off with just the sentence there.
Fri 2 May 2014 11:56AM
I like the cover but think the disembodied heads of IDS and Osborne should be removed. I think it distracts attention from an attack on the capitalist state's policies to attacking two Tories, it's politically better without personalising it.