Elements I should take into consideration when planning my layout design: Running head, Credits, Headline, Kicker, Image Caption, Folio, Pull Quote, Body Copy, Subheads & Byline.
http://www.magazinedesigning.com/magazine-page-elements/ This is where I found this picture the website explains in more detail what each of them are.
Terminology which is used in layout design is:
Bleed is when the running of a colour or a photo goes through the external margin off the page.
Bullet: this is when a dot is used to bring attention to something or to start off a list.
Byline identifies the writer of a story.
Caption: This will be placed next to a photo to explain an image.
Deck is one level of headline
Fold: The middle of a page where the magazine, newspaper etc would be folded.
Folio: page number
Gutter: The white space which separates columns and facing pages.
Headline: The title used bigger and bolder than anything else on the page to grab the readers attention.
Initial cap: A large capital letter which is used for the opening word in magazine, newspaper etc.
Margins: Margins are used so things don’t go off off the page e.g. a picture or text this helps as a guideline.
Pull Quote: A quote which the person being interviewed or has been used in a story is arranged as a graphic for the layout.
Standing head: A headline for a regular feature in each issue of a publication.