Ancillary Text Drafting - CD - Back Insert

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Ancillary Text Drafting - CD - Back Insert

  1. 1. Drafting for the CD Back Insert Anand, Trupti & Urvi
  2. 2. CD Back Cover Idea 1 <ul><li>We designed a CD back cover which was inspired by an album back cover that we found online. In our plan for the CD back cover there are many typical conventions there which would instantly tell the audience what ancillary text this is. Conventional back album inserts would contain a list of songs, the artists name, the album name, the name of the records and the address, the logo of the record company and a barcode. </li></ul>
  3. 3. CD Back Cover Idea 2 <ul><li>After developing the first version of the back insert for our album, it seemed there was plenty of room for improvement – changing of spine details (replacing the postcode with a made up record label code), addition of websites and social network information, distribution information and track timings including the redesign of our record company logo. </li></ul>
  4. 4. CD Back Cover – Record Company Logo <ul><li>During the creation of the back insert of the CD album we made an initial version of a logo for our record company ‘Emotion Records’. It was a little too complex and did not really look professional so we decided to take it back to the drawing board. The second and final logo design was ready when we finished creating the second and final version of the back insert. This new version was not pixelated, simple and professional looking. Using a name related to our music video would help reinforce the meaning of our products. </li></ul>Before After

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