Creative Writing: Why Five Dollars?

There we are, watching, and waiting. Waiting for that noise, that dreaded sign that told us, we were next. Waiting outside in those chairs were like waiting to be accepted into heaven, or to be dragged back to hell. As the door opened, my heart raced, my were sweating bullets, and then it was time.…

McDonalds Print Ad – Deconstructing a Print Ad

This print ad is selling McDonald’s fries. The target audience for this ad is mainly people who enjoy eating McDonald’s food products but could also be specifically directed to families, possibly more at young children. This print ad could be found most likely on a billboard or possibly in a McDonald’s restaurant. The company has…

Nightmare’s Awakening

This is a story for one of the lessons in class where we were asked to create a story of our choice. I absolutely love fantasy, and I’ve always wanted to use dual blades if I ever got to choose a weapon of some sort (me and my mind… Who knows what goes on inside…).…

Global Warming Ad

This global warming ad is advertising how we could help stop or at least slow down the global warming process. There is no specific age group which this ad is targeted at, but this ad is targeting anyone who cares or wants to do something for our world. This ad can be found in an environmental…

No One Grows Ketchup Like Heinz

The Advertisement “No One Grows Ketchup Like Heinz” has a target audience of people aged 20 years and older. Heinz uses three techniques to help effectively convey the product. These techniques are; the use of its logo, the camera angle they have used and their slogan. Heinz have used their logo in an unusual way…

Deconstructing an ad- Don’t drive stupid

The advertisement ‘Don’t Drive Stupid’ is a print ad about driving stupidly and the effect it can have on you. The target audience are young drivers. The advertisement is very powerful and has a strong effect on the reader. The techniques used to persuade the audience are Acting/facial expression, Onsreen Text, Special Effects and Camera…