What have you learned from your audience feedback
The last image was the feedback that I gained from my peers, featuring a good point and a constructive criticism about my blog and project overall. I have previously received feedback from my peers throughout this year, and I have found it exceedingly useful in helping me evaluate my work with improvements that will help me progress and develop my work. Most of the feedback I gained illuminated essential information that was essentially needed to complete my blog, although I gained positive comments that highlighted the points and areas I did good.
The criticism I gained inspired me more to improve my blog better as it helped me self evaluate and discover what I need to work on the most out of everything. I think this type of feedback where we write a positive comment and a improvement is a really effective way to get my work to a better standard, which is what I need to think about if I am hoping to achieve a better grade in my work at A2 standard. I took on board what was asked from my peers and took on board what their improvements on which I included within my blog and work.
By carrying out the same process and myself evaluating other works I was able to identify the level of standard I want to achieve and how much work and thought was put into my peers work. By doing this I gain inspiration to do better. I was able to gain a fresh perspective on what I needed to achieve at the end of my product. All of this helped my evaluation seem faster as I become more elaborate in evaluating my work. When needing peer assigning for my work in future I will defiantly look at using this great technique again.