As a part of your planning, you will be asked to complete a set of "page dummies". Page dummies are a sort of rough draft of the way that your article will fit together. You will not be assessed on the quality of your drawings, but it is important that your page dummies give a clear idea about your intentions, the conventions you will use, and the layout of your magazine article.
Click the images below to see an example of page dummies.
convention | kənˈvɛnʃ(ə)n | (noun)
A way in which something is usually done. In magazine production, this relates to the decisions made by the people involved in the production, such as the author, editor and designer.