Task 2: Final Front Cover, Contents Page and Double Page Spread

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Task:

You will need to post your final products on your blog in order for them to be seen by the examiner. These can either be in 1 post, or in 3 separate ones depending on your personal preference.

Each of your final designs should be accompanied by a brief explanation illustrating why these are the final pieces, why you think they are suitable for your genre and why they suit your target audience.

Some good examples of this can be seen below:

Example Blog 1

Example Blog 2

Example Blog 3

Task 1: Front Cover, Contents Page and Double Page Spread Development

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Task:

This is a really important part of your coursework, and a part that many students overlook. In order to achieve top marks for your coursework you must show the ability to develop ideas, creating drafts and reworking particular elements of your coursework to ensure it suits the target audience and genre.

All of you will be doing this work anyway, your first design is never the final piece, but you need to make sure you are keeping copies of your work as it develops. Once you have a first draft, even if you’re not 100% happy with it, save it as a JPEG and assess what you need to do next. You can post this analysis on your blog as part of the development process. This can then be expanded further with the 2nd and 3rd drafts etc…

Some good examples of the development process can be seen here:

Example Blog 1  Here 2  Here 3  Here 4  Here 5  Here 6

Example Blog 2

Example Blog 3

Example Blog 4

Construction Posts to Complete

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Construction

1) Front Cover Development (Screenshots, Commentary and Explanations)

2) Final Front Cover

3) Contents Page Development (Screenshots, Commentary and Explanations)

4) Final Contents Page

5) Double Page Spread Development (Screenshots, Commentary and Explanations)

6) Final Double Page Spread