Wednesday, 3 June 2015

feedback questionaire

1. Is the message clear?

The message is clear to show the support of teenage cancer trust. 

2. Is the animation effective?
Overall the animation was effective because the animations message was clear.
3. What are the positives and negatives of the animation?
WWW: The message was clear
EBI: Add some colour to the animation to help make the message more clearer.
EBI: Correct some spelling to make the animation more professional.

4. What would should be changed in the animation to make it better?

To make the animation better I would need to change some of the spelling in the animation; and to maybe add a voice over to talk about what the teenage cancer trust has to offer their patients. I would also add some colour to the animation to make the message more clear, if people didn't fully understand what we were trying to show.

5. Does the animation represent the charity in an honest way?
The animation does represent the charity in an honest way as we didn't to anything wrong to discriminate the charity in anyway shape or form. We wanted to put a message across to show that the teenage cancer trust care for their patients and want to do everything they can to make them feel comfortable.
6.  Do you think if you presented this to the Teenage Cancer Trust they would like this to be presented as an advert to promote the charity?
I don't think it would be ready to be placed on as an actual advert as their is still a lot of room for improvement. But I believe they would like the idea of what we were trying to do and ask for more work to be done to it before it can be put on TV as an advert.

7. Did you use any footage (CopyRight) from another animation?
None of the footage we've used is copyright we filmed this all by ourselves we edited and took shots of the animation form our own camera and edited in a class room.

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