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Audience feedback

  1. 1. Audience Feedback <br />
  2. 2. Q1. What does the title suggest to you?<br />The most common answer was that the title aimed towards female artists, also that it gave the magazine an element of class. <br />Q2. What genre/type of music does the magazine focus on and how do you no this? <br />Results from my questionnaire show that the majority of my audience think that my magazine is representative of the Indie and Country/Folk genre. The reason why most people found the magazine Indie and Country/Folk was because of the female artist holding the guitar on the front cover. <br />
  3. 3. Q3. What makes the pages look professional and what stops them from looking professional? <br />Here are the results from my questionnaire of what the audience found most professional about my magazine. The highest result was the font, this may be because I used a small range of fonts whilst managing to keep them in the genre style. There was little feedback as to why my magazine looked unprofessional. <br />
  4. 4. Q4. How genuine does the front cover seem?<br />An overall positive response to this question as most of my audience said that my magazine cover looked very genuine. This was mainly due to;<br />Image was well taken and presented <br />Fonts are interesting and eye catching <br />Q5. Does the contents page simply inform or does it also manage to interest you in reading the rest of the magazine?<br />The answers that I received from this question is that my contents page does offer an element of interest because of the use of bold colours and a striking image , yet one found that it didn't say much about the rest of the magazine. However it held a lot of information about the rest of the magazine which balanced the two. <br />
  5. 5. Q6. Does the article sound like a piece of journalism? If not what bits don't sound right? <br />I had another positive response from my audience. They enjoyed my article and thought it sounded like a very good piece of journalism which kept them interested throughout. They also thought that my protagonist was very believable and they connected with the artist. <br />Q7. Does the articles layout make you want to read it? If not why not? <br />All of my audience thought that the layout interested them to read the article. Feedback given was that it was very imaginative and well presented with the good use of colour that kept in with the house style along side the clever use of editing with the faded picture behind the text. <br />