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  • 1. 1st Draft of our poster and magazine review....
    By Harriet Hearn and Hannah Baker
  • 2. After gaining audience feedback we changed the layout of our magazine review to fit more common conventions of magazine reviews. We included a page number to make it more obvious that it was a magazine review. We also wrote the author of the article at the top and also included the words “magazine review” to make it clearer. We changed the layout also by moving the quotation box as part of the second column and made the image smaller. We included the empire logo and placed it at the bottom of the page and also moved the star rating to the end of the review , as we found this is a more common convention.
  • 3. After gaining audience feedback we changed a lot to try and suit the common conventions of a film poster. We left aligned the quotes from magazines and added institutional references below the title. We also made the logo smaller and moved it to the right hand bottom corner. We increased the title size and lowered the title and tag line along the bottom. I believe doing this has made are film poster look more professional .