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    Draft 4 – ancillary   audience feedback Draft 4 – ancillary audience feedback Presentation Transcript

    • Draft 4 – AncillaryAudience Feedback Gledis Dedaj
    • People Interviewed • I interviewed a total of 4 people of ages ranging from 16 to 24. • This way I can get a range of answers across our target audience.Name: Age: Gender: Ethnicity: Hobbies:Maria Musta 21 Female Turkish Reading, shopping,(person 1) travelling and going to the theatre.Sally Da Silva 22 Female British - Portuguese Watching films,(person 2) travelling, socialising and reading books.Jenny Jaffa 24 Female Albanian Going to the theatre,(person 3) shopping, socialising and swimming.David Reid 16 Male British Playing football,(person 4) watching movies and playing computers games.
    • Questions asked1. What do you think the documentary is about based on what you saw?2. What does the image tell you about the documentary?3. Would you watch the documentary based on the ancillary texts?4. Does the layout and design catch your eye?5. Do you think the image relates to our documentary topic?
    • Response summary Question 1 : What do you think the documentary is about based on what you saw?Person: Summary of their answer:1 – Maria Musta • Something to do with technology taking over our minds.2 – Sally Da Silva • The Internet controlling society.3 – Jenny Jaffa • People becoming cyborgs and robots.4 – David Reid • People becoming consumed by computer technology.
    • Response summary Question 2 : What does the image tell you about the documentary?Person: Summary of their answer:1 – Maria Musta • That it will concern the issues with new technology.2 – Sally Da Silva • That it will talk about how people are obsessed with going online.3 – Jenny Jaffa • Its a series about the future of robots taking over in the future.4 – David Reid • Its a topic about people spending too many ours on computers.
    • Response summaryQuestion 3 : Would you watch the documentary based on the ancillary texts?Person: Summary of their answer:1 – Maria Musta • Yes, because it looks quite alarming (the blood on the end of the wire attached to the persons head).2 – Sally Da Silva • No, because I have no interest in online sites.3 – Jenny Jaffa • Yes, because it seems like an interesting topic that concerns me.4 – David Reid • Maybe, because its a topic thats already been covered but the images are intriguing.
    • Response summary Question 4 : Does the layout and design catch your eye?Person: Summary of their answer:1 – Maria Musta • Yes, because I like the way the mouse continues to the end of the page.2 – Sally Da Silva • Yes, I think the kerning of the text is interesting.3 – Jenny Jaffa • Yes, but its a little dull and plain.4 – David Reid • No, because it’s a very common layout and the colours are very plain.
    • Response summary Question 5 : Do you think the image relates to our documentary topic?Person: Summary of their answer:1 – Maria Musta • No, I didnt get social media from the image or title.2 – Sally Da Silva • Yes, I recognised the Twitter page on the screen of the laptop.3 – Jenny Jaffa • No, the images are misleading. I got the message of cyborgs.4 – David Reid • A little, because of the computer screens.