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  • 1. Evaluating the ideas 2Suitable for audience?The idea is suitable for the audience as the ‘space’ theme itself links to the target audience,as it is usually associated with a young audience, as instead of an older one. The cartoon-likepremise of the theme is effective and will be liked by the audience because of it.Suitable for client?This idea is suitable for the client, as it meets the needs required by them and also presentshealthy recipes which are suitable for vegetarians and some for vegans too. The idea isinventive and will appeal to both the audience and the client.Appeal of the designThe design would be suitable for the target audience because it will include cartoon imageswhich are targeted towards children, such as an ‘alien’ or ‘rocket’ which will link to thetheme as well as impressing the audience.Length of time to produceSince the cards are going to be laminated, they will have to be sent off to another company,which means that it could take a few weeks for the cards to come back, so the time scalecould depend really.Costs of any specialist production methodsThe laminating of the cards will cost, also another cost to consider is the DSLR (if you intendto buy one to take the images).Practical to produce in large print runs?Yes, but you will need to do a few test prints to check if the cards look up to a professionalstandard, then you can print them off in large quantities.Available resourcesCamera, Photoshop, computer, printer and scanner.Quality issuesThe quality of the print is important, so a few test prints will have to be done, so that youcan determine what the overall quality of the recipe cards will be.Legal and ethical issuesThe Health and Safety Act may have to be included when doing the recipe cards and youwould have to consider any ethical issues such as whether the audience will approve of therecipes on the cards.