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  • Level: GCSE
  • Subject: ICT
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Newsletter For Unit 1 OCR

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Introduction

Name of video NSPCC Advert. Target audience (Describe the typical user?) Adults and Teachers. Purpose (When you have seen the video what would the designer like you to do/know/feel?) How the children feel and what happens to the less fortunate young people. They would like us to help the children and give money to them to support them. Length of video (in seconds) Quite long interesting though. Good features Not so good features Improvements The music was good because it relates to the advert. The music was a bit too long and dreary - (Boring). I think maybe the song could have been shortened down to make it short. The images were really good because they relate to the advert and the hurt & abuse that happens. ...read more.

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I would avoid making it to sad and hurtful like the NSPPC advert. Name of video Jamie Oliver Advert Target audience (Describe the typical user?) Children and Adults Old and young Purpose (When you have seen the video what would the designer like you to do/know/feel?) To raise money. Length of video (in seconds) Quite short got the message across though. Good Features Not so good features Improvements Jamie Oliver presenting it. Some people may dislike him. Maybe a range of famous people presenting it to keep the audience's interest. It was about raising money for a good cause. Maybe not a good way to raise money. Maybe lots of different ways to raise money e.g.(Sports events, Competitions) ...read more.

Conclusion

3 Minutes and 5 Seconds. Good Features Not so good features Improvements It gets the message across. The spelling mistakes. The spelling mistakes could be corrected. It is quite interesting. The video's soundtrack clashes with the current clips within the video. The music in the soundtrack could be muted while the clip plays. Good short and snappy information. The pixilation of some of the pictures. Find better quality pictures. Which three (or more) features you would include in your own designs I would include some of the colours that they have used. I would use some of the special effects used. I would have a soundtrack in the background. Which three (or more) features you would avoid in your own designs The music clashing with any other sounds. The spelling mistakes. Clashing Colours. ?? ?? ?? ?? Evaluating multimedia products Page 1 of 3 A???a Alle? ...read more.

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