A Tabloid newspaper can be described as a style of journalism that tends to emphasize topics such as sensational crime stories, gossip columns about the personal lives of celebrities and sports stars and junk food news. In contrast a broadsheet is commonly perceived to be more intellectual in content than their tabloid counterparts, using their greater size to examine stories in more depth, while carrying less sensationalist and celebrity material. Beyond the content, there are also huge contrasts visually. The tone, look and layout is what truly differentiates the two from each other.
The brief was to analyse, deconstruct and redesign the front page of the chosen tabloid newspaper The Daily Mail and change it into a broadsheet, doing this so by changing the tone and look of an existing design and layout by the use of typography, layout, grids, colour and images. Below is the final design along with the original tabloid newspaper.
Software Used - Adobe InDesign & Photoshop