Today we had a brief tutorial with Joao. He made me think more about what font I want to use within my publication and how the sizing of this also effects the aesthetic. We discussed how ordinary fonts like Times New Roman had become more fashionable of the last few years e.g. this is the body font for the gentlewoman, and fonts like these I really like. He had stated we should think about A3 for our publication sizes (apparently last year they were all A4 which he found most boring). I had felt that in comparison to others who had a continuous theme throughout their publications like ripping or a certain colour mine was more like a classic magazine layout which adheres more to an A4 format. I will play around with seeing the images printed at the two different scales to decide definitely. He also confirmed it was fine if not better to have different ideas in the publication because it makes it more interesting.
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