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    Designing a Leaflet

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    Designing a Leaflet Tasks: 1. Design Leaflet 2. Produce Pricing System 3. Create a website 4. Create a Labelling System Task 1: Analysis Design a leaflet containing the information of the content of the shop’s selling items, prices, opening and closing hours. Form of Output: · Hand made leaflet on an A4 sized page, which will be photo copied many times and be posted off to companies, businesses, and near by houses. The leaflet will contain pictures of sandwiches and

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    An Analysis of Two Leaflets The media is everywhere. In your homes, in schools, in the workplace. It is very powerful in its influence. It can change peoples’ lives and affect the way they think. The media is very versatile. It can be used for several purposes, from explaining things to persuading you to give money to charity or vote for a certain political party. In this essay I will compare two different media texts. They are both persuasive leaflets: the first trying to get you to chose

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    Inside pages

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    text. The text could not fit in the frame. So I had to rearrange the font size to make it smaller. Now that the text was added I can carry on to put colour in the leaflet. Version 3 Front and back pages Now I needed to add any design features I need. So the main design features, which was needed was the colour in the leaflet. S o I added the colour in both these pages so that it was the same colour on the front and back page. It covered everything including the text then I clicked the

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    Analysis of a Leaflet

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    Analysis of a Leaflet o All of the information on the leaflet has been designed in such a manner so that it is easy to read and retains the readers’ attention. The information has been well-spaced, condensed into a few lines so that there is not an over-indulgence in unnecessary details and bullet points have been used to condense the information and present it readable chunks, so that the target audience remains interested and are not forced to read a heavy text. o Direct language is

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    13). Separate was not equal, and blacks were going to tell the world of the atrocities which were going on in the United States. The World began to learn the deficiency of equality when rivals throughout WWII began dropping leaflets throughout Africa. These leaflets showed newspapers where African Americans rights were being clearly abused. ?As long as the United States sanctioned racial discrimination, it remained vulnerable to charges from the Soviet Union that while preaching freedom

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    Propaganda Effects of World War One

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    their allocation of resources. This essay will examine the relationship between propaganda used during World War I, its effect on the masses and the absolutely essential need for the success of such campaigns in obtaining military victory. While leaflet propaganda used during the war will be the main focus, considerations will be given to other forms to illuminate the necessity of understanding and utilizing the tools of this very powerful weapon. During World War I, propaganda was widespread in

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    Marketing And Sale

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    the ones who have need for school equipments and school clothing it also can be for parents who are buying them for their children or for people who start school or who looking to buy cheaper school equipments and clothing. I will make posters and leaflets and spend some days giving them out to local residents. I can give them out outside of Bethnal Green station or put them houses and flats around my area. This will inform people about the opening of the shop and the shop is ready to serve. In

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    holding papers and leaflets banging on the door, but ‘John bull’ is barricading the door. ‘John Bull’ is portrayed as the British Government not letting women into parliament to get the vote, he has fists clenched and is determined to not let women in. The women banging on the door look ugly, fat, un-ladylike and dirty, the cartoonist may be biased towards women getting the vote. This is emphasised by the title ‘An Ugly Rush’. The women protesting may be the suffragists, the leaflets and papers that

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    The Implementation

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    The Implementation Brief Description Leaflet [IMAGE]I made the leaflet using publisher because it handles both text and images well. This meant I could scan the images that Tom (the manager) gave me on to the computer. If I wanted to keep a backup of the images I would copy and then paste them into the correct place leaving behind a backup file. If I did not want a backup file I would cut and then paste the images into the correct place this way it completely moves the file/image and

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    Schneck vs United States

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    showed a resolution of August 13, 1917, that 15,000 leaflets should be printed on the other side of one of them in use, to be mailed to men who had passed exemption boards, and for distribution. Schenck personally attended to the printing. On August 20 the general secretary's report said, "Obtained new leaflets from printer and started work addressing envelopes" &c.; and there was a resolve that Comrade Schenck be allowed $125 for sending leaflets through the mail. He said that he had about fifteen

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