Anybody looking to be in the world of fashion.
Everybody wants to be considered pretty and what better way than to have your face represent beauty in every aspect of the word.
If i were to do this again i would have a video incorporated with the casting card
My advertisement is showing and explaining to kids that you don’t need fancy and expensive shoes to fit in with others. You should be happy for what you have. The majority of kids fall into the trap of buying these fancy and expensive shoes just so they can be popular. In my opinion people should like you for you not the sneakers you have. It should only matter on how the person is treated. If a person is nice to you then be nice to them if not then not. If I was to do this benchmark again I would not change my process because it was an easy structure for me to do and I didn’t want to overwhelm myself with going through things. The class’s feedback was very helpful in helping me with making a successful advertisement
Check out this amazing video made by us. A big shout out to Ali Ahmed, Tim Mamrol, Ian Mclendon, Blase Biello, Warda Abuli, and William Marsh. Watch an Enjoy
This video was supposed to impact mostly ping pong players, and for them to feel attached to it. Also this video has been made so that people who may not have an interest in ping pong, by the way the video is set up, it is made to keep them attached and looking for more. Also we felt as though this video did not require dialogue, because we feel as though it takes away from the full effect of the video. We have learned alot from this BM, it has gotten us back into the mood of creativity, and helped get back on track with film, and editing.
- You can view my print advertisement by clicking here , and at the bottom of this post is my radio advertisement in mp3 form.
What is your product? What is your message?
My product includes a short radio advertisement and two print ads. The purpose of the advertisements is to fill the void of positive advertising for women that inspires instead of promoting unrealistic standards of beauty. The message that I hope viewers take away is that, regardless of what images of beauty advertisements try to sell to women, true beauty comes from within and every woman should take value in their beautiful soul.
- Who is your intended audience?
Young women between the ages of 15-30
- Why do you think this is an effective way to reach your audience?
I think that the way in which I made my radio ad, it would reach my audience because it starts off like a regular ad that tries to capitalize on the insecurities that they feel women may have, yet that narrative immediately stops and I begin talking about valuing yourself/your inner beauty. Most ads don't try to promote an idea, so I think that makes my ad stand out and combined with plain language/nice background music, I feel that it is pretty effective.
I purposely made my print ads not be overloaded with a lot of stuff, so I think that the message is easy for others to understand.
- If you were to do this again, what would you change about your BM?
I think that I might consider using a different type of media, possibly a video or a differently designed print ad.