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Ronnie Smyth

Questionnaire Results
1. What gender are you?
COMMMENTS

Gender

Boy

I chose to include this question in my


questionnaire because it helps me
specify the type of people that filled it
out, so for example if there are any
anomalies or if the data seems a bit
bias, I can recognise that this is because
more people of a certain group (in this
case gender) filled out the questionnaire
than the other group.

Girl

2. How old are you?

Age

16 or less

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18+

3. Do you read magazines?

The reason I asked people of this age


group about the college magazine is
because this is the general age group
that attends college, and so these are
the people I will be aiming my college
magazine at. Their feedback allows me
to further understand what other
students at the college as a whole want
to see in the magazine I will be creating,
and if I try to use their feedback in my
magazine, more people will want to read
it.

Ronnie Smyth

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Do you read magazines?


Yes

No

This question allows me to understand


just how important their feedback is to
me. From this question I have
determined that since only 50% of the
people I asked said they even read
magazines, I know that I dont have to
only stick to the data they have given
me. For example, if 90% of people I
asked said they wouldnt want to see
something in my magazine, I can
include it anyway, as I know that I can
adjust so that I can include what I think
is suitable for the magazine whilst still
trying to reflect on their feedback.

4. How many different magazines do you read?

How mant different magazines do you read?

I asked this question as it allows me to


understand the quality needed in my
magazine. If my audience is full of
people who regularly read magazines,
then I would need to make mine to a
certain standard in order to make it
seem professional and show that lots of
effort has been put into publishing my
magazine.

5. Would you be interested in reading a college magazine?

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Would you be interested in reading a college magazine?


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Category 1
Yes

No

Maybe

This data shows me that the high majority of people I


asked said that they would read a college magazine, or at
least consider reading one. This allows me to recognise
how important my magazine is going to be to certain
people around the college and therefore tells me I need to
present my magazine in a way that the high majority of
people around college are going to find appealing.

6. What kind of things would you want to see in a college magazine? (Ticked)

What things would you want to see in a college magazine?


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Info on student union

Where to find faciliteis on campus

Upcoming events at CCN

General Advice

How to plan for lessons

Job vacancy info

HE advice

This information tells me what I would need to prioritise when making


the contents page for my magazine. For example, I now know lots of
people are interested in knowing where to find certain facilities on
campus, and therefore in my contents page and on my cover I will make
it apparent that there is information on that in my magazine.

Ronnie Smyth

7. What image would best suit the magazine cover in your opinion?

What image would best suit the magazine cover?

Building

Student(s)

This data simply shows me that


on my cover, it would be better
suited if I display a student from
college. I did this to see what
people think would suit the
college magazine the most, and
what would be the most eye
catching. When I do my
photoshoot, I will make sure I get
a good photo of a student from
the college to include on the
cover.

Teacher(s)

8. What colour scheme would best suit the magazine?

Colour Scheme

Red, purple and orange (CCN logo


colours)
Other

I asked this question as I was


curious if I should use the classic
City College Norwich colours as
seen in the logo:

I was considering using different


colours as I thought that perhaps
people would like a more modern
or original magazine, but from the
data I now know it is more suited if
I try to stick to the CCN logo