In this assessment project you need to plan and produce a publication which meets the requirements of the brief.
Please read the brief carefully before you start work.
Project 2 brief
Otago Peninsula Tourism recently produced an A4 poster to attract more visitors to the peninsula. This was very successful, although feedback suggests visitors would like a bit more information on the range of attractions available.
You are to produce a multi-page A5 booklet which will be made available at visitor information centres . The booklet needs to include:
- Page 1
- A cover page with the photo of Cape Saunders plus the text Otago Peninsula - not to be missed!
- Page 2
- The photos of Larnach Castle and the old lime kiln, with captions, plus the text Explore the peninsula's unique heritage.
- Page 3
- The photos of the white-faced heron and the white-headed stilt, with captions, plus a pull-quote: "I couldn't believe how close we got to the amazing bird life - this was an incredible experience!"
- Page 4
- The photos of the bus stop and the school welcome sign, with captions, plus the text Experience the local colour and a wonderful welcome.
- Page 5
- The photos of the sea lion and the squinting seal, with captions, plus a pull-quote: "Our remote beach walk turned into a close encounter with creatures we'd never seen before. We had a wonderful time - and we'll be back!"
- Page 6
- This is the back cover, with:
- The heading Otago Peninsula - not to be missed!
- The text When you're visiting Dunedin, don't forget the peninsula. Whether you want shops and cafes or to see our amazing wildlife close up, Otago Peninsula has a lot to offer.
- The Otago flag (near the top)
- Your name and the text Otago Peninsula Tourism (near the bottom)
- Don't forget to spell check for accuracy!
- Use a colour scheme throughout which harmonises well with the colours of the Otago flag.
- Design for A5 layout.
You need to submit printouts of :
- The completed booklet.
- The publication plan. We strongly recommend you follow the sample planning format and process described in Unit 1.
Note: printouts may be hardcopy (on paper) or as PDF files. If you submit your work on paper, the A5 booklet may be printed single-sided and on A4 stock if you choose.