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1. COLLEGE MAGAZINE SELF EVALUATION Jorgie Giddings 2. HOW DOES YOUR MAGAZINE REPRESENT PARTICULAR SOCIAL GROUPS?My target audience for this magazine were students aged…
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  • 1. COLLEGE MAGAZINE SELF EVALUATION Jorgie Giddings
  • 2. HOW DOES YOUR MAGAZINE REPRESENT PARTICULAR SOCIAL GROUPS?My target audience for this magazine were students aged from 16 to 24 that attended City College Norwich. I have represented this by using key phrases that apply to the audience such as subject choices and college updates as it is something that the target audience all have in common and would therefore like to seek information upon it. I also took the background image on site of the college so it relates closely to work audience I’m aiming for because it shows relatability towards the college students.
  • 3. WHAT ASPECTS OF YOUR WORK ARE PLEASED WITH AND WHY? I am most pleased with my front cover because I think it all ties in well with both the image and text, the creative background allows for a specific colour scheme and I noticed the colours that popped out at me the most were the colours yellow and purple As a result, I chose these colours as the colour scheme for the magazine and contents page.
  • 4. CONT. For the background image I planned with my model how I wanted her to position herself because I planned for her to be looking at an area that text would appear on the front cover, we tried other positions but this one seemed to work best which I was happy with anyways. This then made my magazine tie in well as both text and image blends in together rather than it just looking as if it is text upon an image- quite an
  • 5. WHAT ASPECTS OF YOUR WORK CAN BE IMPROVED ON AND WHY? My least favourite part of work is my contents page, this is because I don’t think it compares to the professionalism of the font cover, the contents page looks much less professional and slightly more childish. I think this is because of both the text positioning and the background colour. The background colour links to the front cover (with the puff sticker) however I feel that the lack of text makes the page look empty and bland.
  • 6. CONT. When planning my contents page I was thinking of having the text going diagonal (as it is) yet I also wanted to see if the contents page would look better with the text just slightly smaller and going straight down. Looking back on my work I do feel that the second option could have been the better option however I didn’t have enough time to change my look of my contents page so I just kept it how it is. From this I have understood that I need to keep better timings in order to try out different themes and looks in order to see which one looks better and is more beneficial for my magazine design.
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