• I created a survey and sent it out to the people that I presented my
pitch to as a simple form of getting their feedback and what I could
do to make my pitch better and also make my final product better.
• Their feedback is important since it helps me to find out what I can
improve upon in future pitches as well.
I first asked if the participants understood the ideas I had for my prints and everyone
This shows that I communicated my ideas well and this isn’t something I have to
improve upon very much.
I asked if the participants understand who my target audience is and although the
majority said yes a large amount also said no.
After going back through my pitch I realise that I didn’t state a lot of the information that
I gathered from my audience survey so I went back and added more detail about it into
I next asked if they think the ideas I had will produce good prints, the majority
said yes but one person said no, this overall is a good response and shows that
there isn’t much I need to change about my ideas.
I later ask what the participants feel I can improve upon in my ideas so the one
person that didn’t like my ideas can explain further
• Finally, I asked if there is
anything the participants
would change about my ideas.
• Four of them said there’s
nothing they would change
and the other four gave some
• The first person said to
experiment with other
designs instead of the ones
that I mentioned, I can take
this into account by trying
other designs alongside my
• The next person wouldn’t
necessarily change anything
buy says I should be careful to
stick with my initial ideas
which is good advice.
• Finally, the last person simply
said they do not like the
collage idea which is
understandable since it is
different from the other ideas
I presented however; I think I
can fix this by doing
interesting edits with the