Magazines are an important part of business communications and marketing. Magazines are read by people all over the world every day. Most people read magazines either for professional or personal use. A properly developed magazine portfolio can be a strong selling point for your business. Magazines are written about a wide range of topics that attract a large customer base. Below is some information on how to build an impressive magazine portfolio for your company.
The Magazine Module. The magazine module is simply a magazine-styled collection of articles that you can publish in four different layouts. This module will work well when coupled with other published articles sets such as segmental layouts or a magazine board layout. With the magazine module you can publish anything from technical manuals and product descriptions to promotional articles and publicity ads. The number and types of articles in the magazine module are entirely up to you and dependent upon the specific magazine that you intend to publish. Most magazines allow for around twelve pages of printed content in total.
fig Tree. fig tree displays are another excellent way to showcase your magazine material. The fig tree module allows you to publish your entire magazine well in accordance with at least one fig leaf. The fig leaf showcases the entire contents of your publication in four color pages per panel. Your fig tree can be easily rearranged to display whatever type of information you would like to present on each page.
The I.V. Sensor. Fig trees can work well with an I.V. sensor to display pertinent information about your company’s products and services. By displaying the sensor and its associated information you are able to get your entire magazine well in accordance with a standard I.V. sensor package.
Double Acting Crate Pushes. The double-acting cylinder pushes featured inside an open-ended bottle of your favorite beverage. A standard magazine module will feature a standard sixty-second magazine page, whereas the crate pushes work well with a sixty-second magazine page and only two minutes per panel. This style of magazine module is very similar to that which is featured on the “Working Man’s Desk Magazine” that works similarly to this model.
Perspective View. This type of magazine module allows for the publisher to display a highly descriptive and illustrative picture of their product or service in a side-by-side perspective view. This will provide your audience with a visual image and impression of how your product or service matches up against the product or service of other competitors. This can also work in accordance with a standard I.V. sensor package.
Perspective View follower. This is an optional feature for many magazine modules and for many reasons. In accordance with at least one embodiment of this invention, the perspective view follower allows you to change the number of perspectives displayed in a single magazine page, therefore increasing the value and efficiency of your invention.
This invention may benefit magazine manufacturers as well as magazine publishers. In accordance with my patent application note number 13 disclosures, I have identified six different styles of Magazine Page layouts that you may use with your product or service. These include: magazine well 15, magazine 1, magazines 2, magazines 3, and magazine well 16. Each style is suitable for displaying a different range of products or services in accordance with my invention. In my further disclosure herein, I will discuss each style and the way in which they might be used by you in accordance with my invention.
A magazine well or e-magazine is defined by an equation or set of equations that display a set of data, and in this case, this equation is used as a starting point in determining a layout. In my example, the starting point for the publication or magazine design would be the equation of vertical axes. This would then define the magazine or e-magazine itself, including its orientation, its shape, its format, and its general layout. These measurements can then be multiplied by the number of pages in the magazine or e-magazine.
The six different styles of layouts are described here. For each style, the x-axis shows the principal axes and the y-axis display the elements of the vertical axis. The elements are color, size, layout, typeface, headers, background, borders, and so on. One example of using the x-axis to display data in accordance with my invention is illustrated in the next paragraph. As an example, if I am interested in knowing whether the vertical axis displays the data of a product, I could calculate the formula that determines the x-axis’s range and use it as a starting point for determining the layout of the e-magazine. Of course, I cannot determine the exact format of the e-magazine without determining the size and the shape of the magazine itself.
This example demonstrates that the configuration option of each individual element can have an impact on how the final layout looks like, as there are multiple layouts that are possible. Once the configuration has been established, the plugin would allow me to specify the sizes and shapes of each element. For example, the Google fonts plugin allows me to specify the size of the headings of the magazines, to specify the thickness of the box-text, and to optimize the appearance of the layouts by providing an optional background effect.