Wednesday, 31 March 2010

Website and evaluation

Your website is enthusiastic: it’s logo at the top is almost iconic and I’m very please with the way both of you have handled this. Overall, I think the site is likely to be a low A, so should get about 50 marks out of 60.

Mrs Ward’s comments must be followed through. You need an extra two marks at the very least for the planning grade.

There is excellent understanding of the forms and conventions used in the productions and of the role and use of new media in various stages of the production. There is proficient understanding of the combination of main product and ancillary texts.

There is excellent skill in choice of form in which to present the evaluation. There is proficient ability to communicate excellent use of digital technology or ICT in the presentation.

Audience feedback will be done as a final blog.

I’d like you to check the websites (both of them) for spellings and any other typo’s, punctuation and other mistakes - I’ve found a few and corrected them on the copy I have.

Planning Grade: 14/20

You have carried out some excellent research into similar media products and a potential audience. Your blog is clear and organised.

I would like to see drafts for your web pages - scanned/Photographed and uploaded
Your photographs should be presented in a slideshow (use iPhoto) and you can upload via scribd or - with this post you should include a brief reflection on your planning for and execution of your photography.
You need an audience profile post - this should be specific about WHO EXACTLY your target audience are based on your survey results.
you should upload your video and make a post with it explaining the purpose and how you did it
I would like to see industry research - who hosts web sites? how much does it cost? What is a domain name and how would you register one?

Tuesday, 23 March 2010

Polish up your blogs
Please read this and start to get your blog beautiful and polished. Each improvement will help you get another mark - the difference between one grade and another is only a mark.