Tuesday, 30 November 2010
- Some of the templates feature 'next' buttons which would be appropriate for a website for an Art gallery
-Other templates include lisits of related articles/hyperlinks underneath which is quite similar to websites, such as wikkapeadia or perhaps a search engine like GOOGLE.
Friday, 26 November 2010
To get to terms with the dreamweaver programe I am experimenting with all the different styles of layouts and possibilities available. I think that if I figure out what all of the items mean on the Dreamweaver programme that I will have a better chance of creating a better website for the final product, whereas, if I don't take the time to learn how to use the programme I will end up creating a website that is not to the best of my ability.
Tuesday, 16 November 2010
From this chart that I found I been able to achieve knowledge of information that will help me to create a two-page spread for my listings magazine. I have found that the amount of listings per magazines ranges from 70-42, therefore I realise that my two page spread definitely needs to stand out. The amount of channels included is also incredibly high, which makes the competition for channels to stand out considerably higher and more competative.
- My spread will have to include a detailed description of what the TV channel is actually about, but it will need to be written in a way that sort of persuades people to watch it. It should make the reader want to watch the channel
- I should include a list of the range of programmes to be aired on the channel
- The spread shoulkd be aimed at my target audience in order to keep the information relevant"well educated, successful and dynamic people. Opinion leaders, high earners, trend setters" (Fashion TV)
- I could perhaps include a table of programme listings for the TV channel, that will inform people of what is going to be broadcast on the channel over the next week. In this case I will have to create a table with time slots and programmes that I will organise into specific time slots . For the best programmes I could include a brief synopsis on each, or alternatively I could pick a couple of programmes to elabourate on further, placing a photo from the programme with a brief piece of writting about it (very similar to a 'Pick of the Day' in newspaper TV Guides.
Thursday, 11 November 2010
The following written evidence has been sourced from:
By: Ryan Miller
The illustration of fashion through drawings, illustrations, paintings is referred as Fashion Illustrations. Fashion Illustration is usually, closely associated with the reproduction of fashion in the magazines, for the promotion and advertisement of the fashion designers, stores and boutiques.
Tuesday, 9 November 2010
Thursday, 4 November 2010
Wednesday, 3 November 2010
- Here are some of the design proposals for my newspaper advertisement to advertise my fashion TV channel. I experimented with different types of formats, fonts and colours in order to create different advertisements. On some of the advert proposals above I have included my own font, that I drew along with the sketch then photographed it and uploaded it onto the computer. However I don't think that this font looks very effective and I ahve decided against using it again. I have used the same font for all the information throughout, after experimenting with a few different styles of font I decided to use this particular font as I think it looks simple, yet professional and it is easy to read as well which helps a lot.
- I think that the design proposals without colour and shapes look better than the colourful proposals, as I think that the colour added with the shape of a heart looks a little tacky and messy. However, newspaper adverts will attract much more attention when colours are used, but it would be cheaper in a business situation to use no colours, but in the long run it may prove to cost more as using colour, means more attention and more attention means more money for the company.
- I like the first proposal best, because I think it looks sophisticated and the splash of colour used for the font adds an eye catching detail.