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A mind map is ...

Used by production teams to help structure ideas and show links.

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A mood board is...

Used by designers to generate ideas for a creative media product based on similar products or themes

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A script is ...

Used to plan out the speech, storyline and stage direction for a video, comic or game

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A storyboard is...

Used by directors and producers to see what needs to be filmed or animated for each scene of an animation or video

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A visualisation diagram is ...

Used by designers to sketch and annotate ideas to see what a final product will look like

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Client

The person or company who has asked for the media product to be made

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Content

The images, text and other items you'd expect to see in a media product

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Genre

The category of similar products that this media product falls into (e.g. horror / kids / comedy)

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Project brief

Description of the media product agreed with the client.

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Purpose

What the final media product must achieve (e.g. educate, inform, entertain, advertise, promote)

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Requirement

The list of what the media product must be like in order to be suitable for the target audience and purpose.

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Style

The colours, fonts and layout of a media product

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Theme

The topic and type of content you'd expect to see in a media product

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End User

The person who will use or view the final media product

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Target Audience

The group of people that will use or view a pre-production document or final media product

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Timescale

How long the production team has to create a media product

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Digital

Electronic (made and viewed on a computer)

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Media Product

A video, animation, comic, image, sound or game

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Primary Source

Finding out new information directly (e.g. focus group, survey, questionnaire or interview)

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Research

Finding out what a target audience wants and how to make a media product as suitable as possible

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Secondary Source

Analysing information from someone else's research (e.g. looking at books, magazines, reviews or similar products)

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Activities

The smaller steps that need to be done to complete each task

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Contingency Plan

Time that is set aside without being allocated to a specific task or activity in case something takes longer than expected

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Milestone

A point in time where a significant amount of progress will have been made on a media product

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Production Schedule

An overview showing which jobs need to be done to design and produce a media product

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Resources

The hardware and software needed to complete a job

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Task

The main jobs required to produce a media product

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Timescale

How long the production team has to create a media product

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Work Flow

The order that tasks and activities need to be completed in

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Work Plan

A guide showing what steps to take to create a media product: what order to do them in and how long they'll take.