Published on April 2, 2014
How did you attract/address your audience?
My cover lines are centered around some of the newest most popular rap/hip-hop artists at the moment. I used a simple font, so it was clear for my audience to read, but I varied the colour on the first or important word in the sentence to make the writing more exciting. The reader would want to discover more about the up and coming artists so by including these names in my cover lines, I am directly addressing the reader. Cover Lines
Price The price is difficult to make out from cropping it on here, but it says 2.99. I didn’t want to make my magazine too pricey and when I sent out the student survey, 14 out of the 20 who responded said they’d pay around this price. So after seeing the results I decided that 2.99 was a suitable price and would suit my target audience.
Contents Page – What features attracted my audience? Section titles Eye catching images
Eye catching image For my audience to be attracted to the image, I needed to pose my model in a quirky and unique nose. I chose the same pose Drake used for his album cover, this is different because they’re looking away from the camera at something else, but you don’t know what which creates a sense of mystery. On this photo, I included the artist’s name in bold font, so the reader would instantly pick up on who it is.
Section titles It means the audience can clearly see what page they want to go to. I used popular items/names to attract the readers to different parts of the magazine. By using some of the interesting titles it entices the reader into wanting to find out more.
My DPS – What features attracted my audience?Larger fonts Drop capital Great image Pull quote
Large Text I used large text and different styles of font in my heading to emphasize the artist’s name. This attracts my target audience as once they have seen the name, they may be intrigued and hopefully want to read more.
Drop capital I used a drop capital letter in my initial paragraph as this attracts the audience to continue reading. If they have seen the first letter they often want to find out what the word that follows the letter is. Once they have seen the word, they might want to read the whole sentence, followed by the whole paragraph. I think this will work for my target audience as they are stereotypically easily distracted.
Pull quote By using a pull quote it gives the reader an initial look into the interview without having to read the whole article. By having this pull quote, you have to select the most interesting/important quote from within the interview so that it attracts the readers even if they planned to just skim through the pages.
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