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Analysis of my magazine.

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Introduction

In this task I was required to create a magazine as one of my big projects. I have completed my magazine which consists of 6 pages. The theme of my magazine is based on Fashion. Now I will be analyzing my Magazine to explain how I was able to complete it and what methods I used. My magazine is a Teen Mag based on fashion targeting audiences that are girls between ages of 12 - 17. I chose to name the magazine "Hawwt ", which is colloquial for the term HOT which is extremely famous now a days among the public. Especially teenagers, which happens to be my target audience. This is one of the reason I chose " Hawwt " as my magazine title as it is interesting , eye catching , and attracting to the public and also it is a term most used by the younger generation which allows the magazine to appeal to the audience as it would create a connection to the customer , considering the term is used in their daily routine. ...read more.

Middle

Again these colours are picked bearing in mind that they are the most favorable colours among girls between the ages of 12 - 17, which are my target audience. In order to know this I did a survey among girls in my local high street which helped me to choose the particular images, colours and fonts. I chose to carry out a survey so I could gather information regarding the choices of the youths now days to create an effective approach for my magazine. This is also used in pg 3 . In page 4 I have created an advert using my own personal image , I have used dark colures to contrast with the drink , I am advertising which is COOL , ENERGETIC AND reefing back to the name BOOMN which is colloquial for the term Great . I used dark colours as they attract all audiences, as black red and gold create a seductive image. ...read more.

Conclusion

Feminine colours are used such as red, orange and blue which is again appropriate for the femine audience. However I believe the picture used for the magazine is rather tense. It doesn't match the outstanding format of the magazine or the open minded approach. The model seems tense and forced. This was obviously the wrong picture to use as it is distracting and not appealing. The second magazine I will be analyzing is The magazine is very attractive and is targeted at women. Feminine colours have been used to appeal to its audience. It used different styles of fonts, even thought there is not much text present on this front cover it is still attractive and puts the message forward. The Image used is also appealing as the colours of the outfit are matching to the colours used in the font. This magazine is an attractive piece of work. I feel both these magazines are similar to my own as they have most qualities that are the same . ...read more.

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