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    Evaluation powerpoint q2 Evaluation powerpoint q2 Presentation Transcript

    • How effective is the combination of Q2your main product and ancillarytasks?
    • :Soap Magazines evaluating forms and Q2 :conventions of real media products
    • : Soap Magazines evaluating forms and Q2 conventions of real media products : Date No set colour scheme (house style) Large masthead- top left 1/3 of the page Price in a star Tabs- colour coded so easy access for readers to flick to correct pages Eye contact between cover stars & audience Fonts are easy to read and in capitals, emphasises the importance of the storyline AnchoringReferences to other soaps andcharacters. Fore names are used. Website & barcode
    • :Soap Magazines evaluating forms and Q2conventions of real media productsMy Final Product: : Cover stars eyes are Large masthead in the top looking straight at 1/3 of the page audience- audience address Price in star Tabs to allow readers to flick to correct pages. No colour scheme or Colour scheme so house style magazine is easy to use. Simple font. In capitals so easy to read. Anchoring Website and twitter feed. Other soaps & characters being referred to by first names Barcode.
    • Choosing a channel & Colour Schemes: Q2 Because ‘Hollyoaks’ was our inspiration, we decided that using e4 as our broadcasting channel as it attracts the younger audience in which was our target. To create our house style, we used the channel 4 style guide.
    • Choosing a channel & Colour Schemes: Q2 Because ‘Hollyoaks’ was our inspiration, we decided that using e4 as our broadcasting channel as it attracts the younger audience in which was our target. To create our house style, we used the channel 4 style guide.
    • Choosing a channel & Colour Schemes: Q2 Because ‘Hollyoaks’ was our inspiration, we decided that using e4 as our broadcasting channel as it attracts the younger audience in which was our target. To create our house style, we used the channel 4 style guide.
    • Choosing a channel & Colour Schemes: Q2 Because ‘Hollyoaks’ was our inspiration, we decided that using e4 as our broadcasting channel as it attracts the younger audience in which was our target. To create our house style, we used the channel 4 style guide.
    • Choosing a channel & Colour Schemes: Q2 Because ‘Hollyoaks’ was our inspiration, we decided that using e4 as our broadcasting channel as it attracts the younger audience in which was our target. To create our house style, we used the channel 4 style guide.
    • Choosing a channel This is an example billboard & Colour Schemes: poster from an E4 TV series SKINS. Q2
    • Making the products conform to the Style Q2Guide:
    • Choosing a channel This is our first billboard poster for IVY & Colour Schemes: WOOD. Q2 We followed the conventions shown on the E4 style guide, to ensure that our logo was placed exactly in the right co-ordinates.
    • Choosing a channel This is our second billboard poster for IVY & Colour Schemes: WOOD. Q2 We followed the conventions shown on the E4 style guide, to ensure that our logo was placed exactly in the right co-ordinates.
    • Choosing a channel & Colour Schemes: Q2 This was our favourite ancillary billboard, and so this was used in our final production.
    • Audience & Representation: Q2 Q3 •Aged 16-25 •Disposable income •Full/ Part-time employment •Interested in latest music •Still in some form of education •Go out to parties (Friday & Saturday nights) •Actively use new technological •Socialise with close groups of friends inventions •Living at home •Watch soaps and TV regularly
    • Representing Age : Q2 Use of featherNormal teenage fashion- denim jackets; t-shirts etc.. Emphasises bower- adds humour andthat they are of similar age to the audience. characteristics. In touch with his feminine side. Audience want to Rhino supports a ‘Ralf Lauren’ t- know why shirt, keeping up with fashion and he is in trend. Also, the tattoo of a Rhino on his wearing it. arms adds humour.
    • Representing Age : Q2 Ivy wood has young characters. People associate this almost like a ‘school’ soap: e.g. Waterloo Road. Storylines are for older Actors and characters are the audiences, as the magazine has same age as their target a much broader audience audience than the soap itself.
    • Evaluation of products :I believe that our main product and our ancillary tasks are effective because they all feature the same Q2characters; use the same colour scheme and apply the forms and conventions ofalready existing soaps.