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PLANNING SECTION L.O. To use product and audience research to inform planning… General planning:  This section should be f...
Before you move onto the planning section, go back and bulk up your previous work so that you are pleased with it.  You sh...
FRONT COVER… L.O. To use product and audience research to inform planning… Titles  Colour of title Font for title Image co...
CONTENTS PAGE L.O. To use product and audience research to inform planning… Article titles – colours – fonts – use of text...
DOUBLE SPREAD L.O. To use product and audience research to inform planning… Title – colour – font Topics Language – write ...
ANYTHING ELSE? L.O. To use product and audience research to inform planning… Colour charts Annotations References to produ...
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  1. 1. PLANNING SECTION L.O. To use product and audience research to inform planning… General planning: This section should be full of rough designs, creative ideas, pages of annotated font choices, colour boards and so on. It will also include images that have been taken but not later used, with explanations of good/less successful ideas. All of this work should be annotated with reflective comments about strengths and areas for development. Final Designs: This section should include the final drafts of your designs prior to actually making them. It may then also include versions of the real thing that have not been used, or that show the development from the final drawn design to the final, professional version made using ICT. More marks are awarded when major changes are explained.
  2. 2. Before you move onto the planning section, go back and bulk up your previous work so that you are pleased with it. You should have: <ul><li>A clear introduction stating the brief you are undertaking and explaining why this interests you, detailing what you will need to do before carrying out production and discussing whether you are in a group or working alone </li></ul><ul><li>Preliminary </li></ul><ul><li>Radial analyses of similar products – including analyses of a contents page and a double spread </li></ul><ul><li>Conclusions of your radial analyses – discuss the generic conventions </li></ul><ul><li>Audience research introduction </li></ul><ul><li>Your work on audience theory </li></ul><ul><li>Interviews and questionnaires </li></ul><ul><li>Conclusions of your audience research </li></ul>
  3. 3. FRONT COVER… L.O. To use product and audience research to inform planning… Titles Colour of title Font for title Image collage of existing celebrities (inspiration) Images – plans about locations for photos, make-up, hair, clothes, styling, lighting etc (mise-en-scene) Images – take a variety of different distances and angles Front cover headlines – colour – font Layout – draw a variety of mock-ups Remember the other details – price, date, bar code
  4. 4. CONTENTS PAGE L.O. To use product and audience research to inform planning… Article titles – colours – fonts – use of text boxes Headings/sub-headings Image collage of existing celebrities (inspiration) Images – plans about locations for photos, make-up, hair, clothes, styling, lighting etc (mise-en-scene) Images – take a variety of different distances and angles Layout – draw a variety of mock-ups
  5. 5. DOUBLE SPREAD L.O. To use product and audience research to inform planning… Title – colour – font Topics Language – write the article Quotes Image collage of existing celebrities (inspiration) Images – plans about locations for photos, make-up, hair, clothes, styling, lighting etc (mise-en-scene) Images – take a variety of different distances and angles Layout – draw a variety of mock-ups
  6. 6. ANYTHING ELSE? L.O. To use product and audience research to inform planning… Colour charts Annotations References to product and audience research
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