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White space can do wonders to a layout but if it has something significant to push forward. I don't know who your audience is but I will go out on a limb and say your selection of the fonts is too week. The text is detached from the graphic. Don't hesitate to use large font sizes and go for a font or fonts that have high legibility, to be quickly recognized. ...
Increase the vertical spacing between the words and scale it properly. Use scale in Photoshop to see alignment. In order to enable Scale go to menus on top. Select view->Rulers (Ctrl+R) and then drag rulers to the specific positions.
The first and last are not supposed to be next to each other. The first page of a book is always a right page and the last a left one. But that has nothing to do with artboards.
I've done a lot of magazine templates and series so maybe my experience can help. Do I need to make this Library with all possible ad sizes at this point OR only start to make them when magazine other specification? In general, you do the ads as you need them. There's so many combo possible that it's almost a waste of time to prepare them all in ...
I've never planned a magazine just worked on existing ones. Unless you're doing a more "indy" magazine even if its only in feel I would look at some of the industry standards. Full Page, Full Page with Bleed, Half Page Vert, Half Page Horizontal, Half Page Island, Third Page Hor and Vert, Third Page Island (Square), then the smaller ones like 1/6 or 1/8 ...
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