Who are you writing for and what are their needs?
I am writing
10 Tips For Life:
I have chosen this article because it has a unique style. It is called “10 tips for life” in an order numbered from 1-10. This original layout is good to
PRODUCTION MEETING AGENDA
I made this google slides and shared it with Laura. She managed to find a red summer dress which went well with the pink coat. I also pared some black boots with her outfit. She decided to have straight hair which went well.
Here is a link to my Risk Assessment:
This was vital so that our teacher new where we were at all times and any risks that may occur.
Design Skills 1
What new design skills or production techniques have you learnt?
I have learnt many new design skills which have helped me create my front cover and my double page spread. These are such as blending two photos together by using a linear gradual opacity.
I have also learnt to use black, white and a primary colour as it makes your front cover very bold and works well together.
- The colours worked super well together
- The jazzy vibe comes through the magazine as I wanted
- I like the overall design and layout
- I think he is a great size on the page
- Trying out more effects
- using tutorials to help make a cool background
This is my draft 2. In this draft I took in the feedback I received from the last draft and continued to improve it. A few changes I made which I thought were really good were:
1. Smooth the shape of blue placed behind the image to make a perfect curve around him.
2. Make the name “Parker” bigger
3. Add a drop shadow to the title
I feel like it really made the cover much more aesthetic, with the new colour scheme. The black background contrasts well with the blue features. I do feel like there are few more changes like maybe changing the font of the masthead, and also changing the position of model to higher up the page. I was thinking about creating a border around my front cover, as it makes it even more aesthetic.