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Feedback summing up word version

  1. 1. Sum up your feedback Each piece of my feedback seems to pick out the same strengths and weaknesses and in general I agree with everything that has been said. Most people thought that my information on target audience was good but one stated that more detail such as gender and social class could have been included. Everyone thought the detail and thought I had put into the storyline was good and that I had planned aptly. It was agreed by all my feedback that my mood boards were good as a whole but some people thought that more detail in aspects such as colour scheme and font could have been explored and that more specific development into what I was going to create rather than just a display of many different styles and ideas would’ve been useful. What do you agree with in your feedback and why? I agree with the majority of my feedback, for example I think that my mood boards are a bit vague and cover a very wide range of ideas, it would’ve helped me to hone in and focus on some specific ideas I would have wanted to use. I agree that it would’ve been a good idea to add more detail with my audience profile, as it would have helped me to develop ideas for the final product. I agree that exploring possible colour schemes and fonts would’ve been useful in my idea generation at this point. What do you not agree with in your feedback and why? I don’t agree that the proposal being detailed was a weakness of it; on the contrary I believe it was a strength. Maybe some people may get confused with a lot of detail but I believe this detail helped me in my idea generation.

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