For my radio show advertisement, I chose to create a poster.
I wanted it to be informative, yet still pleasing and not overwhelming to the eye. I used one of my favorite designing websites, called Sketchpad 3.7, that I have used for a lot of my design assignments. It is an extremely useful resource.
On the site, I shaped a rectangle for the poster, and then I began adding text. I wanted to include the radio station name, a little catchphrase, and details about our specific radio show. Then I added a picture of a bull rider and a picture of a trophy, since our radio show event is a bull riding competition. To make the poster text and pictures connect to create an eye-catching looking poster, I matched the colors of the texts with the colors of the picture. It all combined to make my final product. It was fairly easy because I am comfortable with the software I used. It took awhile to get used to the software, but once I made a couple things on it, it got a lot easier.