Hello, I'm
Matthew Romo (1660) from Group 2. The other embers of my group are Harry Kettenis (0390), Josh Stevenson (0796) and Ysabel Hudson-Searle (0331).

Hopefully navigation should not be an issue on my blog; 'labels' on the right hand side near the top will direct you to groups of posts from specific areas. Research and Planning, Production, and Evaluation work should all be available to see under their respective A2 labels. The other labels will direct you to work from my AS level and preliminary activities for A2.

Also, by clicking on the "Latymer Music Video Blog" link above the labels, you can go back to Latymer's main music video blog where all other blogs from my class can be accessed.

Finally, I hope you enjoy observing and assessing my work as much as I did creating it.

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Thursday, 4 December 2014

Website Inspirations

I like this website's extremely clear band branding, which is synergistic across their marketing such as fonts, colours and their logo with the inverted triangle and circle, which, if you saw them live would behind them. There are clear links to social media and big, bold navigation to everything important such as merch, music, and ways to follow the band.

An even more visual website from Green Day, full of branding related to their most recent album; Uno, Dos, Tre! Kerrang magazine is featured large as they recently made the front cover, and things related to the band such as the broadway musical based on their album American Idiot is advertised. The striking visuals are also synergistic throughout their current marketing, indicating their drug infused, upbeat punk style.

Extremely colourful and again obvious promotion to Muse's most recent album, The 2nd Law. The multiple language options, images of huge gigs and some figures are used to proudly present their international popularity and the fact that they are a real stadium sized rock band.

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