For this blog post, I chose a table of contents from the magazine UrbanLand. I immediately recognized the underlying grid because of the placement of the text and images. There is 4 columns and 6 rows where the content of the page sits. There is a hierarchy of information between the titles and descriptions. This designer used bold and colored text to distinguish the importance of information. The article titles are bolded, and the name of the magazine and month is in orange. The pictures fall on a grid as well making the page appear organized with ample amounts of white space. Some of the images are close up, while others are farther away creating a good dimension between them. This table of contents gives the reader a feel of business professional content while also being aesthetically pleasing to a younger generation with the playful colors and typography.