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Evaluation conventions (new)
Evaluation conventions (new)
Evaluation conventions (new)
Evaluation conventions (new)
Evaluation conventions (new)
Evaluation conventions (new)
Evaluation conventions (new)
Evaluation conventions (new)
Evaluation conventions (new)
Evaluation conventions (new)
Evaluation conventions (new)
Evaluation conventions (new)
Evaluation conventions (new)
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  • 1. Evaluation Conventions Question 1
  • 2. Page Layout (Front Cover) The page layout of my front cover uses conventional aspects commonly seen on the front cover of music magazines. For example…………. • The Route Of The Eye: on my front cover I have used the route of the eye, this is where the reader can immediately see all the important parts of the magazine in one glance. They first see the masthead, the image and the cover story. This is conventional because the reader can see everything they need to see in just one look. • The Left Third: on the front cover I have used the left third method to present my information. The left third method makes the information look tidier and is more easily read by the reader. Also with the left third technique it leaves the other side of the magazine for images and coverlines. • Central Image: The image used on the front cover of my magazine Is conventional because the image is very central so therefore the reader immediately notices the image when they see the magazine.
  • 3. Design (Front Cover) The page design of my front cover uses conventional aspects commonly seen on the front cover of music magazines. For example…………. • Colours: the colours used on my front cover are blue, black, and pink. These colours represent my genre of music; pop and attract my target audience. For example the blue and the pink both connote love and happiness, all the colours used are eye catching which is conventional because the magazine wants to attract the target audience. • Font: the fonts used on my front cover are both conventional and eye catching, they also relate to my genre of music. The font I used for the Masthead is both eye catching and ‘Poppy’. The font used for the coverlines is Kozuka Gothic Pro which is also eye catching and bold. The font used for my cover story is in a serif font so this immediately catches the eye of the reader as it stands out compared to the san serif fonts. • Image: the image used on the front cover of my magazine is conventional because the artist is holding an acoustic guitar which is related with my genre of music and he is also wearing conventional and relatable clothing. For example the fashionable clothing with the collar up which represents rebelliousness and can be related to the pop genre as the readers of pop music are related with fashionable clothing. The shot type used for the image is a mid shot, this shot type was purposely used so that the reader can see what the artist is wearing and holding. The mid shot is conventional because the reader can relate to the clothing they see and the instrument being held
  • 4. Genre (Front Cover) My front cover is conventional for the genre of music which Im trying to represent for example…………. • Colours: it is very conventional for the magazine front cover to use colours than represent the genre of the magazine. For example pink for a pop magazine. • Font: the fonts used represent the pop genre of music because they are eye catching, bold and are in bright colours. • Image: the image used on the front cover represents pop music genre because he artist is wearing pop like clothes and the artist is holding an instrument related with the genre of music. • Cover story: the cover story shown on the front represent the genre of music because the cover story is about a pop artist releasing a new pop song. • Coverlines: the coverlines used on the front cover represent the pop genre well because the stories used are all about love and emotion and these feelings are associated with the pop genre.
  • 5. Mode Of Address (Front Cover) The mode of address on my front cover is conventional and engages the reader because…………. The language used speaks to the reader in a formal, conversational voice. This style of mode of address is conventional for a pop magazine because it engages the audience and makes them want to carry on reading the magazine. The magazine uses quotes from pop artists for example ‘I’m innocent’ quoted by Fraser Semper. The voice given off by the celebrity is polite and talks to the reader engaging them and attracting them to read the magazine. By using this mode of address my reader will want to carry on reading the magazine and will feel important when reading the magazine as they are reading as if the magazine is talking to them.
  • 6. Page Layout (Double Page) The page layout of my front cover uses conventional aspects commonly seen on the front cover of music magazines. For example…………. • When creating my double page spread I used the route of the eye once again to demonstrate the information. This ensures that the reader’s eye catches all the important parts of the pages in a quick glance. E.g. the heading, the pull quote and the image caption. • My double page spread is conventional because I have used the common method of having one page with the left side having an image relating to the information on the right hand side. This is conventional because the reader can immediately see by the image that the double page spread is going to be about the band ‘The Vibe’ • I have the information on the double page spread split into columns so therefore it Is easily read. This is conventional as it makes the magazine look appealing as well making it easily read.
  • 7. Design (Double Page) The page design of my double page uses conventional aspects commonly seen on the front cover of music magazines. For example…………. • Colours: The colours used on my double page spread appeal to my target audience and represent the pop genre as well as being conventional. For example the pink which connotes happiness and most of all pop music. When thinking of pop, the colour which is represented with that genre of music is pink. I have also used a red colour when I have wanted to catch the readers eye. This Is conventional because the magazines purpose is to attract the reader and make the magazine appealing to them. • Font: The fonts that I have used on my double page spread are conventional, appealing and eye catching. For example I have used a serif font for the majority of the text to show consistency and so that it is easily read. I have used san serif fonts when I have purposely tried to catch the readers attention. This is conventional because I want the reader to see the pull quotes and other important information. • Image: The image used on my double page spread is conventional because the clothing worn by the artist’s are related to the pop genre. For example the leather jacket worn by the female and the jewellery worn by one of the men. Both these parts of costume represent fashion which is related with the pop genre. Also the shot type used is a wide shot which is conventional because it shows everything the singers are wearing and their unity between each other.
  • 8. Genre (Double Page) My double page is conventional for the genre of music which Im trying to represent for example…………. • Colours: it is very conventional for the magazine double page to use colours than represent the genre of the magazine. For example pink for a pop magazine. • Font: the fonts used represent the pop genre of music because they are eye catching, bold and are in bright colours. • Image: the image used on the double page represents pop music genre because the band are wearing pop like clothes and the artist are wearing jewellery representing the pop genre. • Pull Quotes: the pull quotes used on my double page spread represent the pop genre because they are in a san serif font and in a bold pink outline. Also the words used talk to reader in a positive tone.
  • 9. Mode Of Address (Double Page) The mode of address on my double page is conventional and engages the reader because…………. The language used speaks to the reader in a formal, conversational style. I decided to use this type of language because it engages the reader and attracts them to carry on reading the magazine. By using a conversational style of language the reader feels as though the magazine is talking directly towards them. The use of quotes on my double page spread intrigue the reader because they want to know what their idols have to say and how their lives are going. For example “we’re all so excited” when the reader see’s their idols quotes they’re going to want to read on because they feel as though they are involved in the celebrities life. When using this mode of address the reader will want to carry on reading because they feel comfortable reading what their idols are saying.
  • 10. Page Layout (Contents Page) The page layout of my contents page uses conventional aspects commonly seen on the contents page of music magazines. For example…………. • The Route Of The Eye: on my contents page I have used the route of the eye, this is where the reader can immediately see all the important parts of the magazine in one glance. They first see the masthead, the image and the subscription offer . This is conventional because the reader can see everything they need to see in just one look. • The Left Third: on the contents page I have used the left third method to present my information. The left third method makes the information look tidier and is more easily read by the reader. Also with the left third technique it leaves the other side of the magazine for images and coverlines. • Page Numbers: the page numbers on my double page spread are conventional because the numbers are easily seen and visible so the reader can immediately see which information is on which page.
  • 11. Design (Contents Page) The page design of contents page uses conventional aspects commonly seen on the contents page of a music magazines. For example…………. • Colours: the colours used on my contents page are blue, black, and pink. These colours represent my genre of music; pop and attract my target audience. For example the blue and the pink both connote love and happiness, all the colours used are eye catching which is conventional because the magazine wants to attract the target audience. • Font: the fonts used on my contents page are both conventional and eye catching, they also relate to my genre of music. The font I used for the Headline is Brittanic bold which is also eye catching and bold. The font used for my cover story is in a serif font so this immediately catches the eye of the reader as it stands out compared to the san serif fonts. • Image: the image used on the contents page of my magazine is conventional because the artist is holding an acoustic guitar which is related with my genre of music and he is also wearing conventional and relatable clothing. For example the fashionable clothing with the collar up which represents rebelliousness and can be related to the pop genre as the readers of pop music are related with fashionable clothing. The shot type used for the image is a mid shot, this shot type was purposely used so that the reader can see what the artist is wearing and holding. The mid shot is conventional because the reader can relate to the clothing they see and the instrument being held
  • 12. Genre (Contents Page) My contents page is conventional for the genre of music which Im trying to represent for example…………. • Colours: it is very conventional for the magazine contents page to use colours than represent the genre of the magazine. For example pink and baby blue for a pop magazine. • Font: the fonts used represent the pop genre of music because they are eye catching, bold and are in bright colours. For example pink and blue. • Image: the image used on the contents page represents pop music genre because the singer is wearing pop like clothes. • Subscription Offer: the subscription used on my double page spread is common for pop magazines because the subscription offer relates to the pop genre of music.
  • 13. Mode Of Address (Contents Page) The mode of address on my contents page is conventional and engages the reader because…………. The language used speaks to the reader in a formal, conversational style. I decided to use this type of language because it engages the reader and attracts them to carry on reading the magazine. By using a conversational style of language the reader feels as though the magazine is talking directly towards them. The language used on the contents page is pretty straight forward and not sophisticated because the magazine just wants the reader to understand the message given across easily. When using this mode of address the reader will want to carry on reading because they feel comfortable reading what their idols are doing.

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