3. What have you learned from your audience feedback? BY Teddy Boateng
Front cover <ul><li>Changed font as many people found it difficult to read the album name ‘goin wretcho’ although we liked the font as it had urban connotation. </li></ul>
Back cover <ul><li>We asked groups which they felt was better they suggested the right one as it was unnecessary to have artist name on the back. </li></ul>
Poster/advert <ul><li>Poster on the right was chosen as it was consistent in terms of font in my reaserch of kanye west and gwen stefani poster was kept simlair to the cd. Creating a brand identity is very important. Audience felt that the right one was more informative, more technical ability and looked better. </li></ul>
Inlay card <ul><li>Inlay removing text was a good choice feedback showed that this was popular and a good move whilst we receive peer assessment feedback. </li></ul>
Inlay card <ul><li>Removing text again feedback felt this should just be kept simple. </li></ul>
Inlay card <ul><li>All this font was unnecessary audiences advised us to remove it. Inlay cards don’t have much font. This complemented my research. </li></ul>
Inlay card <ul><li>The feedback from audiences were very positive they liked the fact that we added blue to his </li></ul>
Conclusion <ul><li>Overall my research and audience feedback gave me the necessary judgement to change our ancillary task to become more efficient and appealing. With our video we made changes from peer assessment to improve our product. To conclude these changes and feedback made us create a better product. </li></ul>
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