We showed this to our teacher who is part of our secondary audience and an original follower of Robbie Williams, remembering his time in Take That and when he first launched his solo career.
These are both unfinished with the lack of some extras such as copyright information because before we could finish them we recieved some feedback saying that the images we had chosen portrayed the music genre as country rather than pop, the genre that we are wanting to show.
The QR code is a fully working one, linking to our company blog, NUmusic, when it is scanned.
We have edited the twitter and facebook logos in Photoshop Elements 4.0 and made them greyscale because this fits in better with our digipak. The coloured versions of them would have looked out of place.
For our next design we are going to go back to the original font that we used for digipak draft 1 and we are going to crop the barcode down from the top because as it is currently it is too big.
We have planned a reshoot with our Robbie performer for the 21st February to get the new images that we need. He is going to be dressed in a suit as his costume for this draft is too informal. We are still going to try and go for the same scene but from the front and behind idea but this time of him in a tree.
But we recieved feedback:
-Similing but not cheesy
-Date being sold in 2012
-Change the name:Regeneration
-Doesnt feature music video
-old fashioned title
-Just bonus DVD - 3 part list
-Spine, code number and title, artist
-Needs to be pop
-Bar code too big
-Fit text into the back of his jacket
-front cover of digipak-gift wrapping, unwrapped, can sneak a look inside (gift tag)