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  • 1. Media Studies Evaluation by Isabel McClelland
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  • 4. 1) In what ways does your media product use, develop or challenge forms and conventions of real media products?
    • Masthead:
    • Allstar from
    • Da Font
    • Red is the only use of colour
    • Stylish + cool
    • Exclusive
    • Graphically works well together
    • Image:
    • Black and white portrait
    • Not trying to hard
    • Creates contrast
    • MainCoverLine :
    • Palace Script MT
    • Signature
    • More personal
    • No features or Special offers
    • More sophisicated
    • Barcode:
    • Bottom right (doesn’t compete with image)
    • Model:
    • Not looking towards camera
    • Guitar - serious
  • 5. 1) In what ways does your media product use, develop or challenge forms and conventions of real media products?
    • Layout:
    • Double page to maximise the images
    • Editorial pillar fits around the main image
    • Title Font and colour:
    • Similar font as DPS – Sketch Rockwell
    • Same colour to show they link
    • Images :
    • Smaller images to illustrate range of contents.
    • Live concert pictures
    • Landscape shots
    • Page No.s and text :
    • White
    • Clear
    • minimal
  • 6. 1) In what ways does your media product use, develop or challenge forms and conventions of real media products?
    • Layout:
    • Portrait of the subject
    • -conventional in upmarket magazines
    • Image of model on left hand side
    • Eye flow of Left to right
    • Slug positioned to fit in with composition
    • Text positioning :
    • Bangong Hardcore GP
    • Pull quotes Columns Side bar
  • 7. 2) How does your media product represent particular social groups?
    • Indie/fashionable/ quirky
    • People who read NME/ I-D
    • Stylish/minimalistic
    CLOTHING: Sourced clothing from vintage and more quirky shops
    • LOCATION :
    • Café and park
    • In touch with her roots and not a diva
    • LANGUAGE:
    • Let interviewee speak in her own voice
    • Left in swearing
  • 8. 3) What kind of media institution might distribute your media product and why?
    • Development Hell
    • The word, MixMag and Don’t Stay In ( website )
    • Space for a more youthful music magazine targeted at females.
    • Wouldn’t clash but it would compliment the other magazine’s portfolio.
  • 9. 4) Who would be the audience for your media product?
    • My Front cover would appeal to:
    • More appealing to women
    • Young adults, students
    • Social Grade : AB
    • Shoreditch/Indie/Art students
  • 10. 4) Who would be the audience for your media product?
    • My Content pages would appeal to :
    • Musicians
    • Young students and adults who go to gigs
    • People who want to keep updated on music.
  • 11. 4) Who would be the audience for your media product?
    • My DPS would appeal to:
    • Fans of ‘Jessica Hyde’
    • Young females who like Indie music
  • 12. 5) How did you attract/address your audience?
    • Black and white portrait.
    • -cool and sophisticated
    • Young Female model
    • -No make up
    • -Attitude
    • CTN
    • Exclusive
    • Music reference from A Clockwork Orange
  • 13. 5) How did you attract/address your audience?
    • Language- Register
    • Informal, intimate, casual
    • Left in swearwords
    • - This mode of address would appeal to my audience
    • Journalistic Interview
    • - Comments and description from writer
  • 14. 6) What have you learnt about technologies from the process of constructing this product? ADOBE PHOTOSHOP
    • Earsing tool
    • Using the grid
    • Layers
    • Editing images
    BLOGGER
    • Publish post about what i have learnt and extra information
    • Upload images with posts
    • Embed codes from SlideShare
    • Add HMLT codes
    SLIDESHARE
    • Upload powerpoint presentations and word documents
    • Embed them into my blog
    MICROSOFT EXCEL
    • Create pie chars from my questionnaire results
  • 15. 7) Looking back at your preliminary task, what do you feel you have learnt in the progression from it to the full product?
    • School Magazine:
    • Clear information
    • Parents and pupils
    • Limited choices of layout, language and images
    • Music Magazine:
    • Explore codes and conventions of Music Magazines
    • Used skills to do with language, layout and images to target a specific audience
    • Choice – What I thought was most effective.
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