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Evaluation

This is an evaluation on the past three activities I have done for my controlled assessment. Over all, I must say there were parts I struggled in and other parts I did well in. I will talk about the audience purpose and how I made everything suit my target audience.

My Logo:
The first activity I completed was essential, it was my Logo. The reason why I found it important is because it is mainly what attracts people to getting to know what your project/event/product is all about – without a good logo, I personally think it is very hard to attract people. I started off by sketching out the logo I wanted and what I had in mind.
I then was lucky enough an image I loved on google, it is a cartoon of a group of colourful children holding hands in a circle. I thought that really fit in with the theme of my event but my main concern was asking the artist for permission if whether I can use it or not. I then sent an email to him and was lucky enough to get a reply from him saying that I did not need permission to use it since he does it for a hobby, and even if I needed permission he said he would be happy enough to let me use it since it is for a good cause.
I then inserted the template/image and added a colourful title and slogan. My title is “Community Spirit” – the reason why I did not choose anything else is because I really did not want to complicate it as if it was named anything else, people would be confused and not really get the aim of the event.

I would say that my logo would mainly attract young adults and children, which is what I was really aiming for. As with all the colours and cartoons without a doubt it will attract their attention and make the event seem like something they would not want to miss. At first I thought the fact that my logo would only attract young adults would be a disadvantage but after thinking it through, I…...

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