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Presentation of electronic music Presentation of electronic music Presentation Transcript

  • IntroductionFrederico Stauffer Oliveira de Figueiredo Natasha Gilbody Jorden Heffernan BSC MEDIA PRODUCTION
  • Hear My Wobble
  • Hear My WobbleThe website we have chosen to create is www.hearmywobble.com , it dealswith electronic music and all of it’s sub-genres such as house, drum andbass and grime.
  • Hear My WobbleThe website we have chosen to create is www.hearmywobble.com , it dealswith electronic music and all of it’s sub-genres such as house, drum andbass and grime.Using ‘Hear my Wobble’ as the title has allowed us to show the laid backattitude of the website.
  • Hear My WobbleThe website we have chosen to create is www.hearmywobble.com , it dealswith electronic music and all of it’s sub-genres such as house, drum andbass and grime.Using ‘Hear my Wobble’ as the title has allowed us to show the laid backattitude of the website.We chose to use the word ‘Wobble’ as it’s the way fans of the genredescribe the bass line which is prominent across the electronic genre. Thisallows us to instantly connect with our readership.
  • Aim
  • AimThe main aim of our website is to provide information about electronic music and all of it’s sub genresas it’s name entails.
  • AimThe main aim of our website is to provide information about electronic music and all of it’s sub genresas it’s name entails.Electronic music is very non-commercial so actually finding the latest big song can be hard. This iswhere hearmywobble comes in as we put everything in one place, categorised and with detailedinformation so music lovers can find new tracks instantly.
  • AimThe main aim of our website is to provide information about electronic music and all of it’s sub genresas it’s name entails.Electronic music is very non-commercial so actually finding the latest big song can be hard. This iswhere hearmywobble comes in as we put everything in one place, categorised and with detailedinformation so music lovers can find new tracks instantly.Although there are a few websites about electronic music they only cover a few select sub-genres,ours aims to be individual by covering a broader spectrum. As electronica is a niche market in the firstplace, aiming to all of the demographic instead of a select few of them by only covering a smallamount of the genres.
  • AimThe main aim of our website is to provide information about electronic music and all of it’s sub genresas it’s name entails.Electronic music is very non-commercial so actually finding the latest big song can be hard. This iswhere hearmywobble comes in as we put everything in one place, categorised and with detailedinformation so music lovers can find new tracks instantly.Although there are a few websites about electronic music they only cover a few select sub-genres,ours aims to be individual by covering a broader spectrum. As electronica is a niche market in the firstplace, aiming to all of the demographic instead of a select few of them by only covering a smallamount of the genres.Our website also plans to utilise social media by trying to make the audience active instead ofpassive. This use of Web 2.0 (social media) will be a main factor into making our website’s USP(Unique Selling Point).
  • Audience
  • AudienceThe primary audience demographic of the website is males aged 18-25.
  • AudienceThe primary audience demographic of the website is males aged 18-25.These are regular internet users and active consumers of social media. Thismakes our website ideal for this demographic as the vast majority ofelectronic music is solely available on the internet.
  • Background Info
  • Background InfoThe group initially decided to choose the topic of electronic music simply because it is commoninterest between us. Having this collective interest also means that we each have at least a basicknowledge of the subject, therefore giving us a stronger foundation on which to develop the website.The website will, unlike the majority of music website, cover the whole spectrum of electronic music,which will, therefore, aid the originality of our page.Below is a table detailing each of the subjects the website will cover, and which group members willwork on what page.
  • Background InfoThe group initially decided to choose the topic of electronic music simply because it is commoninterest between us. Having this collective interest also means that we each have at least a basicknowledge of the subject, therefore giving us a stronger foundation on which to develop the website.The website will, unlike the majority of music website, cover the whole spectrum of electronic music,which will, therefore, aid the originality of our page.Below is a table detailing each of the subjects the website will cover, and which group members willwork on what page. Frederico Jorden Natasha Artist of the month Top 10 Artists Equipment Contact Festival Guides Interviews History Record Labels Welcome Sub-Categories Venues Forum
  • Research
  • ResearchBefore designing the look and style of the website, it was first necessary to conduct some research into similar websites etc. Thisinvolved looking at both the layout and specific content of such websites.
  • ResearchBefore designing the look and style of the website, it was first necessary to conduct some research into similar websites etc. Thisinvolved looking at both the layout and specific content of such websites.The majority of sites included a site-map which ran along the top of the page.
  • ResearchBefore designing the look and style of the website, it was first necessary to conduct some research into similar websites etc. Thisinvolved looking at both the layout and specific content of such websites.The majority of sites included a site-map which ran along the top of the page.Above this was the logo of the website/company, which is necessary for brand recognition. This, in turn, helps the audience toform an affiliation with the website, encouraging regular usage.
  • ResearchBefore designing the look and style of the website, it was first necessary to conduct some research into similar websites etc. Thisinvolved looking at both the layout and specific content of such websites.The majority of sites included a site-map which ran along the top of the page.Above this was the logo of the website/company, which is necessary for brand recognition. This, in turn, helps the audience toform an affiliation with the website, encouraging regular usage.All of the pages were split into sections, with a main body of content and at least one sidebar containing further information. Thesesections are highly beneficial in terms of appearance, ensuring that the page does not appear too cluttered with too muchinformation.
  • ResearchBefore designing the look and style of the website, it was first necessary to conduct some research into similar websites etc. Thisinvolved looking at both the layout and specific content of such websites.The majority of sites included a site-map which ran along the top of the page.Above this was the logo of the website/company, which is necessary for brand recognition. This, in turn, helps the audience toform an affiliation with the website, encouraging regular usage.All of the pages were split into sections, with a main body of content and at least one sidebar containing further information. Thesesections are highly beneficial in terms of appearance, ensuring that the page does not appear too cluttered with too muchinformation.Content is made up of both text and images, again improving the appearance.
  • ResearchBefore designing the look and style of the website, it was first necessary to conduct some research into similar websites etc. Thisinvolved looking at both the layout and specific content of such websites.The majority of sites included a site-map which ran along the top of the page.Above this was the logo of the website/company, which is necessary for brand recognition. This, in turn, helps the audience toform an affiliation with the website, encouraging regular usage.All of the pages were split into sections, with a main body of content and at least one sidebar containing further information. Thesesections are highly beneficial in terms of appearance, ensuring that the page does not appear too cluttered with too muchinformation.Content is made up of both text and images, again improving the appearance.Many sites include links/buttons to social networking sites such as Facebook and Twitter. This can be seen as a good example of aparticipatory culture, with the producers of content encouraging users to become active participants and contributors to thewebsites.
  • ResearchBefore designing the look and style of the website, it was first necessary to conduct some research into similar websites etc. Thisinvolved looking at both the layout and specific content of such websites.The majority of sites included a site-map which ran along the top of the page.Above this was the logo of the website/company, which is necessary for brand recognition. This, in turn, helps the audience toform an affiliation with the website, encouraging regular usage.All of the pages were split into sections, with a main body of content and at least one sidebar containing further information. Thesesections are highly beneficial in terms of appearance, ensuring that the page does not appear too cluttered with too muchinformation.Content is made up of both text and images, again improving the appearance.Many sites include links/buttons to social networking sites such as Facebook and Twitter. This can be seen as a good example of aparticipatory culture, with the producers of content encouraging users to become active participants and contributors to thewebsites.Many sites are aimed at a specific subject within electronic music, whether it be a genre or a page about festivals. This allows ourwebsite to somewhat stand out from the crowd by focusing on the genre as a whole including as much information as we can.
  • ResearchBefore designing the look and style of the website, it was first necessary to conduct some research into similar websites etc. Thisinvolved looking at both the layout and specific content of such websites.The majority of sites included a site-map which ran along the top of the page.Above this was the logo of the website/company, which is necessary for brand recognition. This, in turn, helps the audience toform an affiliation with the website, encouraging regular usage.All of the pages were split into sections, with a main body of content and at least one sidebar containing further information. Thesesections are highly beneficial in terms of appearance, ensuring that the page does not appear too cluttered with too muchinformation.Content is made up of both text and images, again improving the appearance.Many sites include links/buttons to social networking sites such as Facebook and Twitter. This can be seen as a good example of aparticipatory culture, with the producers of content encouraging users to become active participants and contributors to thewebsites.Many sites are aimed at a specific subject within electronic music, whether it be a genre or a page about festivals. This allows ourwebsite to somewhat stand out from the crowd by focusing on the genre as a whole including as much information as we can.
  • Structure of website
  • Structure of websiteHome
  • Structure of websiteHome History
  • Structure of websiteHome History Sub-Genre
  • Structure of websiteHome History Sub-Genre Top 10 DJs
  • Structure of websiteHome History Sub-Genre Top 5 Top 10 DJs Venues UK Artist of the Moment
  • Structure of websiteHome History Sub-Genre Top 5 Top 10 DJs Venues UK Artist of the Moment Record Labels
  • Structure of websiteHome History Sub-Genre Top 5 Top 10 DJs Venues UK Artist of the Moment Record Labels Forum
  • Structure of websiteHome History Sub-Genre Top 5 Top 10 DJs Venues UK Artist of the Moment Record Labels Interviews Forum
  • Structure of website Home History Sub-Genre Top 5 Top 10 DJs Venues UK Artist of the MomentEquipment Record Labels Interviews Forum
  • Structure of website Home History Sub-Genre Top 5 Top 10 DJs Venues UKContact Us Artist of the Moment Equipment Record Labels Interviews Forum
  • Page Design
  • Page DesignWe began by sketching prototype logo designs for both the website logoand the layout of the pages. We decided to use a simple colour scheme forboth, white and green for the logo and grey and green for the page.
  • Page DesignWe began by sketching prototype logo designs for both the website logoand the layout of the pages. We decided to use a simple colour scheme forboth, white and green for the logo and grey and green for the page.We have chosen to use a basic, sans-serif font as it is representative of therelaxed, laid-back attitude of the website.
  • Page DesignWe began by sketching prototype logo designs for both the website logoand the layout of the pages. We decided to use a simple colour scheme forboth, white and green for the logo and grey and green for the page.We have chosen to use a basic, sans-serif font as it is representative of therelaxed, laid-back attitude of the website.Using Adobe Photoshop, the group then developed these sketches into abasic draft of the website in order to give a more accurate idea of the finalproduct.
  • Page Design
  • Page Design
  • Page Design
  • Design Issues
  • Design IssuesFor the house colours we’ve gone for simple, subdued shades to make the website appear sleek andto also appeal to our demographic.
  • Design IssuesFor the house colours we’ve gone for simple, subdued shades to make the website appear sleek andto also appeal to our demographic.Mainly greys are used for the background whereas the bright green colour is used as a highlight todraw your attention to the main posts and the title of the website.
  • Design IssuesFor the house colours we’ve gone for simple, subdued shades to make the website appear sleek andto also appeal to our demographic.Mainly greys are used for the background whereas the bright green colour is used as a highlight todraw your attention to the main posts and the title of the website.We’ve also implemented social media buttons so that posts can be easily shared and interacted with.
  • Design IssuesFor the house colours we’ve gone for simple, subdued shades to make the website appear sleek andto also appeal to our demographic.Mainly greys are used for the background whereas the bright green colour is used as a highlight todraw your attention to the main posts and the title of the website.We’ve also implemented social media buttons so that posts can be easily shared and interacted with.In our research we looked at similar products such as websites dedicated to music. Through this wechose to have a simple layout with a main column which will feature the main articles and a sidebarwhich will show smaller features such as a twitter feed and live music charts.
  • Design IssuesFor the house colours we’ve gone for simple, subdued shades to make the website appear sleek andto also appeal to our demographic.Mainly greys are used for the background whereas the bright green colour is used as a highlight todraw your attention to the main posts and the title of the website.We’ve also implemented social media buttons so that posts can be easily shared and interacted with.In our research we looked at similar products such as websites dedicated to music. Through this wechose to have a simple layout with a main column which will feature the main articles and a sidebarwhich will show smaller features such as a twitter feed and live music charts.The main aim with typography was to give the words the sense of movement that the title portrayswhich is why we have skewed the ‘Hear my Wobble’ header.