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Q1 evaluation

  1. 1. 1. In what ways does your media product use, develop or use forms and conventions of real media products?<br />
  2. 2. Positioning statement is above the masthead which is conventional.<br />The strip across the bottom contains a list of artists who will feature inside.<br />Masthead has a unique font which would be it’s trademark. It also fills the width of the cover.<br />The price and issue date is just below the masthead and is 11pt size.<br />One main image which fills the whole cover, and is also the main feature article. It also gives direct address.<br />The main coverline is the largest text on the cover excluding the masthead. Anchors the main image as it’s the name of the artist. <br />Most of the other coverlines are only several words long with sublines explaining them. They also frame the image.<br />Subline is in smaller text and offers more information about the article and it’s used to intrigue the reader. <br />The puff offers something extra to the magazine<br />Contains a barcode to make it look professional<br />
  3. 3. Set out into 2 main categories; regulars and features<br />Contains subscription information <br />The word contents is written at the top of the page<br />Laid out in a conventional 3 columns over 1 page<br />Image of the front cover is with the subscribe section as it is a convention of music magazines<br />Simples colour scheme of white, blue and red to match the front cover<br />The sublines give more detail about what the article is about and is in smaller font and regular<br />Largest type size is 11pt<br />First line contains; page number and several words which is the title of the article. Is bold and in capitals<br />Interesting and varied photographs used<br />Images separate the two columns<br />Contains the page number, magazine title and issue date<br />Page numbers on the pictures which anchor to the written contents<br />
  4. 4. Headline is fairly short and the colour follows the basic colour scheme. Plus it draws in the reader as it doesn't say what the article is actually about<br />Drop capital at the start of the article is conventional and the first word is in capitals to draw in the reader<br />The first couple of paragraphs are in bold to make it look more visually appealing to draw in the reader <br />I put a quote here to break up the text and to engage the readers interest, plus it is a typical convention<br />One main image on this page which gives direct address<br /> One side of the article is the image<br />The text is 11pt size<br />Here I have given credit for the words and photographs<br />I put the questions in bold and in a different colour to try and entice the reader<br />Contains the page number, magazine title and issue date<br />Laid out into a conventional 3 columns<br />
  5. 5. The name of who is speaking is in bold to break up the text plus it is a convention <br />The questions are in bold and blue to break up the text slightly and to engage the readers attention<br />One different main image on this page<br />The final paragraph is also in bold to follow the layout of the double page spread<br />The additional page for my double page spread also follows the same codes and conventions as the other two pages.<br />Contains the page number, magazine title and issue date<br />