VC Task 1B & 2- Survey results and Infographic poster
dhanusha001Monday, Nov 25, 2019 - 02:24:34 pm
After researching the 4 topics, I narrowed down to climate change and it will be the focus of my infographic poster as well as my next few deliverables.Within climate change I had a few subtopics that I wanted to explore while researching, namely, bleaching coral reefs, the melting ice caps and how the trash in the ocean affects climate change.Before Read more →
Nadiah RamanMonday, Nov 25, 2019 - 01:44:34 am
I made use of instagram’s poll and question feature for my survey as I figured that it would get the most outreach. Furthermore, since my target audience are adults and young adults, my followers were suitable for the survey. Attached is a look at my instagram survey:
Example of responses
I curated my questions to Read more →
Culture Appropriation: Interview
ROS FARZANASaturday, Nov 23, 2019 - 12:13:37 am
Here are the questions I had for my online interview:
Section 1: This section sieves out participants who can define culture appropriation. Asking them for their age indicates my target group/audience I need to reach out to,
Section 2: Participants who answer ‘yes’ to “Do you know what Culture Appropriation is?” continue to this section. This section is based on local context in SG, Read more →
Task 1B — Exploratory Research
Jessie ZhouWednesday, Oct 16, 2019 - 06:31:39 pm
My targeted audience is university students aged 18-24. I want to learn more about the routines of university students, more specifically their eating habits on/off-campus. University students are always on the go to their next destination on campus, and it is difficult to find time to sit down to have a meal. This results in an accumulation of to-go snacks, Read more →
Task 1B: Exploratory Research - Gaining Insight into People’s Understanding, Attitudes, and Preferences
Hannah TungWednesday, Oct 16, 2019 - 05:55:32 pm
Overfishing: occurs when fish are caught faster than they can replenish/replace themselves through natural reproduction
EFFECTS:Damage to ecosystems and balance of ocean life Removal of essential predators Poor coral reef health Growth of algae More than 1 billion people worldwide rely on fish as their primary source of protein – coastal communities (social well-being) Threat to local food sources Fishing is the principal livelihood for millions of Read more →
Task 1B: Exploratory Research
SherryTuesday, Oct 15, 2019 - 01:13:28 am
In Task 1A, I decided to pick the issue about Climate Change as I felt that environmental issues have always resonated with me. However, I felt that the topic was too broad and I decided to narrow it down further to the causes of climate change. One of the causes which I found rather interesting was the vastly overlooked Read more →
Task 1B Exploratory Research - Interviews
FerigaFriday, Oct 11, 2019 - 01:10:56 am
Create an awareness and encourage the public to motivate one another towards finding the Joy Of Missing Out “JOMO”
(Main) To Educate the teens to be aware of the issue and start encouraging towards themselves and their peers leading them to feel the “JOMO” joy of missing out
Changing and improving the target audience’s mindset of the fear of missing out.
I want to Read more →
Visual Communication II Task 1B
Amanda YongWednesday, Oct 09, 2019 - 01:04:41 pm
You can view the survey results through the link below:
Task 1B: Exploratory Research (survey findings)
For task 1B, through the survey findings I want to understand more of how people think of abortion and most importantly their thoughts about women who had been through this procedure.
The questions asked were:
1. What is your gender?
2. What is your age?
3. What is your marital status?
4. What are your thoughts on abortion.
5. If you agree that abortion is a Read more →
Task 1B: Exploratory Research - Interviews
The reason why I proposed this question as the first one as I felt that it was a good opener to really gauge and kind of understand who my target audience should be. Females are the predominant survey repliers so I concluded that they are generally more interested in this topic and could relate better to than males.
The second question Read more →