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I don't know how many of you read Commodore Free magazine?

http://www.commodorefree.com/

I've been reading for a while myself and recently volunteered to help with the pdf version (design and layout) to improve the look and appeal and make it appear more 'professional' on issue 33.

I'd appreciate it if everyone could spread the word about the magazine and would appreciate feedback about the new design and layout, bearing in mind that I am *not* a designer whatsoever and have *never* done anything like this before. It was an interesting challenge and I'm willing to learn; I've probably broken loads of design rules!

Please, I'm not responsible for the content (for that contact Nigel via the website), just the new design and layout (issue 33) so comment only on that!

And if Craig Grannell is around, he's not allowed to comment because he does this sort of thing for a living... ;)
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The look of Commodore Free improved a lot with the last issue.
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Have been reading the mag for a good few months now. Some interesting articles in it from time to time.
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read afew of them the last one do.s look good
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Latest issue is available from the addy in the first post.
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