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Critique my newsletter layout

Discussion in 'Graphic Design & Logo Design Critique:' started by Phil55, May 18, 2017.

  1. Phil55

    Phil55 New Member

    I've done editorial graphic design for 15 years, learning via experience, via various tutorials, via trial and error. This practical education has had its advantages. But I know I would have benefitted from more formal training--and just more training and experience in general.

    Case in point: This is our organization's newsletter, which I design. I compare it to the editorial layouts I've saved on Behance and Pinterest and to hard copies here in my office, and I can tell there are things wrong with my fundamentals. Obviously I can never get as good as the pros who lay out Fast Company or National Geographic, etc. But I can get a lot better than I am now.

    Here's an example of our newsletter:

    Our subscribers view it online and/or in print. It is 8.5x11. And it needs help! Please hit me with all the constructive criticism you are willing to give, especially in terms of GRIDS and TYPOGRAPHY.


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