0. Introduction

Tim Harrower



Introduction to Newspaper’s Designer’s Book

Imagine that many years ago people really enjoyed reading newspapers. They threw a dime in a street vendor, snatched the coveted newspaper out of the...

A bit of history

Beginning was like so Public Occurrences, the first American newspaper, debuted 300 years ago. But, like all colonial newspapers, it was more like a brochure or...

A little more history

Early 20th century Around 1900, newspapers became more like … newspapers. Headlines increased, became more “fat” and wide. Thick layers of entrances gradually sank into...

Modern trends

In comparison with the newspapers of the previous generation, the pages of today’s newspapers look more lively and more intricate. This is largely due to...

First page layout

Today’s first page is a mixture of traditional journalism with modern marketing, which are designed to answer the question: what attracts the reader? Loud headlines?...

Thematic pages and sections

Over time, thematic sections are becoming more and more popular, and their range is expanding. Most modern thematic sections offer a blend of: Articles about...

Sports pages and sections

Television is the most perfect media for covering sporting events. It is valid without delay. It is vivid and colorful. However, many sports lovers prefer...