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The aim was to design a logo for my company, and come up with a name for the company, to design a letterhead, a registration form, a compliment slip and business cards.

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Commentary and evaluation Task 1 The aim was to design a logo for my company, and come up with a name for the company, to design a letterhead, a registration form, a compliment slip and business cards. I did my logo in publisher, also using software such as word art and clip art. I didn't have any main problems in doing this. I first produced the writing in word art. I chose the font and the colour. I then went through clip art to find a relevant picture to be my logo for my company. Once I had found a suitable logo placed the logo with the writing to complete the final image. Next I designed my letterhead, using my logo at the top. I did this in word. I put the logo at the top and then at the bottom the address that I made up. I had no problems in doing this, as it was quite simple. I then designed my registration form in word. Using the logo at the top again. I thought up suitable question that should be on a registration form such as name, address, previous work etc. To give a full effect of a registration form I placed lines next to the questions for the applicant to write on. ...read more.

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Then prepare a mail merge letter to those clients suitable for the job. Software and Techniques I used word to produce the letter in and I used claris, as the data base was in that program, to find the clients that met the criteria. Problems I had problems with the mail merge as it was quite difficult to do, but once I ha worked out how to do it, I could easily do it with out problems. Information I got the information about the clients that the person in the letter wanted from the resource sheet given. Order of work First I read the resource sheet to find out what clients would be suitable. I then searched my database to find the clients. Once I had found the suitable clients for the job I printed them off. Then I created a letter that would be suitable for the clients, and I mail merged the letter and printed the copies off. I then made an e-mail reply to the letter on the resource sheet. I then sent it to the e-mail address given and printed the copy off. Evaluation I believe the work does answer the task as it answer the questions that was given. ...read more.

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I went into the word document of the registration form that I had already done for the other task and copied and pasted it into a table. I had to keep the table, as I wanted the buttons down the side. I then hyperlink the page database and filled in the table of information about the clients that I have in my database. I went into the hyperlink page of information. I typed information about jobs that the company has to offer and information about the jobs themselves. Once I had finished this I printed all the pages out along with a diagram of the hyperlinks of the web site. I also printed out the HTML code for the website to show all the things that I have done to create the website. Evaluation I believe that my website does meet the design brief. The website is clear and easy to use, and would be easy to fine want you need to find out quickly. Strengths and weaknesses The strengths of my website are that it does meet the design brief and that it looks good. The weaknesses of my website are that it could include more information and pictures. Further improvements If I was to do any further improvements I would include more information in the website and maybe include some picture to make it more eye pleasing. ...read more.

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