I used my phone to take numerous photos of things that I could post to my blog and arrange my production schedule. I also often used the 'Notes' app to keep track of what I needed to film and to keep track of any feedback I was given.
I used Adobe Photoshop CS3 (at school) and CS4 (at home) to create my Digipak and Advert. I believe that by using Photoshop, I have a more professional looking Digipak, than if I were to use Microsoft Publisher for example, as I was able to add a red tint to images to make it blend in with my background. Using Photoshop helped to demonstrate my ICT and image manipulation skills.
I used my Youtube account to share my final music video and any drafts I posted. By posting the video to my Youtube channel, I could gain feedback from my subscribers, or anyone who happened to search for Pretend Happy's music.
I used my Tumblr account to share my music video, digipak and advert. By distributing it around Tumblr, I could gain feedback from those who follow me and people in my target audience could connect with me and find my music video by searching for hashtags suitable to the genre.
This WD My Passport external hard drive was used to make sure all of my work was backed up, in case my computer ever crashed or any files corrupted. I updated this hard drive every time I edited a piece of work, in order to keep everything safe.
The first thing I did before starting the project was make a Blogger account. I signed up through Google+ as I already had an account from creating my own skateboarding videos for Youtube. I gave my blog a photo from a gig to make it suitable for my genre