Monday, 10 May 2010

Survey Results

In the survey that i had done we asked 100 people girls and boys to answer a simple questionaire. The age range of the people who answer my survey where between the ages of 8-16 and where mainly girls.

I found out that 50% of the girls and boys we asked strongly liked horses and 10% watch the Nickelodeon, 40% watch the CBBC and 30% watch others.

23% of the people asked like horses and 60% of this number put down into watching Nickelodeon.

7% of the people who did my survey came back with the answer of ' sort of ' and all of these answer said they use the internet to catch up on missed programs.

20% of people came back with the answer ' definitely not', most of the people that answered this way also lived in built up towns and highly populated areas away from horses and country sides.

Saturday, 1 May 2010

Q1. In What Way Does Your Media Product Use, Develop or Challenge Forms and Conventions of Real Media Products?

My media product looks and performs like a basic HTML website. The website I am making is not of the best quality as the software I am using for it is iWeb which only allows for basic HTML editing. It has no PHP and JavaScript.

The layout of my website, as you can see uses real and conventional forms that a lot of other websites use:

-A image which relates to the website- the image that is on the front page is taken from stables near us. It then has links to other pages on the website and links to other similar charity websites. It also has a donation button on it to make the donation to the charity.

Like my website, the WWF has an image going across the page horizontally, with the links to different pages at the bottom. The only thing it doesn't have is a hit counter, which as a professional website, should - to show the public how many hits it gets to increase popularity.

Each page on Help Our Hooves uses similar and basic forms and conventions that professional websites use. For example the pages setup and design of it will all look similar.