In order to gather feedback from our animatic, we devised a questionnaire. We arranged
our questionnaire using closed questions, ensuring we retrieve qualitative data that we
can group together and find the average of. We asked twenty people aged between 15
and 20 (after deciphering that this was the average age group for fans of “The Joy
Formidable”) to answer our questionnaire and collected the data. Our questionnaire
followed the following format…
As we used closed questions, we were able to gather our data in tables and graphs
with our qualitative data. We found the data retrieved from the answers to our
questionnaire to be as follows…
Q1. The narrative was clear and
easy to understand.
This pie chart shows that out of
twenty people, 3 strongly agreed
with the statement, 8 agreed, 3
were neutral, 5 disagreed and 1
This means that although the
majority of the people understood
the narrative, it may be beneficial to
make it more understanding for the
6 that did not agree.
Q2. There was a clear
motif in the music video.
This bar chart shows that
1 person disagreed, 15
people agreed and 4
From this, it is apparent
that our motif is clear
within our music video.
Q3. Performance shots are
important in a music video.
This cylindrical chat shows that
1 person strongly agrees, 8 Q4. The sign during the “I
people agree, 7 are neutral and WISH” lyrics is effective and
4 disagree. aesthetically pleasing.
From this it is evident that , This chart shows that 5
although almost as many people strongly agree, 9
people are neutral as agree, we agree, 4 are neutral and 2
perhaps should consider disagree.
including some performance
shots. This suggests that the “I
WISH” signs would be a good
idea for our music video.
Q5. There could be
improvements in the music
This chart shows that 3 people
strongly agreed, 7 agreed, 5
were neutral, 4 disagreed and
one person strongly disagreed.
This shows that the majority
of the people believe the video
could be improved. However,
this is an animatic and so a lot
of the understanding will come
through when we produce the