LO4: Reviewing Pre Production documents
|How old the target audience is and how that affects their interests, vocab and budget
|Limits to the amount of money that can be spent when designing and creating a media product
|The readability of a pre-production document: is there enough detail in annotations? How does it use whitespace?
|The person or company who has asked for the media product to be made
|Document that explains exactly what the client wants the production company to create
|The religion, race and nationality of the target audience and how that affects their language and interests
|The layout and structure of a pre-production document: does it look like a moodboard / mindmap / visualisation diagram / script / storyboard?)
|If the target audience is male, female or a mixture and how that affects their likes / dislikes
|How much money the target audience has and how that affects their interests and priorities
|What the target audience likes and dislikes
|Rules that the pre-production document has to consider based on the law (e.g. data protection, privacy, copyright, defamation)
|Where the target audience lives and works and how that affects their language and interests
|What a pre-production document is trying to achieve (e.g. educate, inform, advertise, promote, entertain)
|The design choices of a pre-production document: does it use suitable colours / fonts / images?
|How effective the content of a pre-production document is for the target audience and purpose
|The person or group of people who will use the pre-production document
|Limits to the amount of time available when designing and creating a media product
|what the pre-production document is expected to include
|How a pre-production document can be made better and why that would make it more effective.
|what the pre-production document is supposed to be used for
|how relevant or effective a pre-production document is for it's target audience or how closely it meets the requirements of the client brief