Myself, Megan Claydon, and Emmie Bryett (www.g324-sum2011-emmie-bryett.blogspot.com) two A2 pupils from Ilkley Grammar School, aged 17, are creating the a promotion package for the release of an album, to include a music promo video together with a cover for its release as part of an album digipak (CD/DVD package) and a magazine advertisement for the digipak (CD/DVD package.)

Thursday, 3 March 2011

Gaining audience feedback on Digipak

To gain audience feedback on our digipak idea, we uploaded the photo, and explained what we have to do, to The Backstreet Boys fan page on facebook, although we cannot guarentee we will gain any audience feedback, this is the audience we are trying to attract. 



However, we did in fact gain some audience feedback from the fan page, and some "likes" of our photos.

This is what we received for our image for the front of our digipak:
 

  And this is what we received for the back image of the digipak:



(We translated this to English and it means "I want that record")

This is really positive that we have gained some feedback from the fan page, as these people are ovbiously fans of The Backstreet Boys, and are people we are trying to target for our audience. Facebook is also the biggest social networking site, therefore we have received comments/likes from people all over the world.

We then uploaded our image to facebook, this is a great way to get audience feedback from people of our age, which is our primary audience. 





These are the comments we received for the front of the Digipak: 






Another new advance in modern technology, is that on Facebook, if you "like" something, or think somethins is good, you can click the "like" button, our picture did receive a few likes. Showing that people think it is good.






And these are the comments we received for the back of the Digipak:




I also asked a friend, James Constantine, who is an A2 art student, and specialises in photography for his work on his opinion. Knowing this would be useful as he will know what works well in photography.









1 comment:

  1. Interesting.
    Its worth having a go at tweaking the colours to see for sure how it'd look, and also help to evidence drafting
    Bit of a sideways reference, but look up Deep Purple's "In Rock" cover

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