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Unit R093: Creative iMedia in the media industry
Topic 1: The media industry
Topic 2: Factors influencing product design
Topic 3: Pre-production planning
Topic 4: Distribution considerations
Unit R094: Visual identity and digital graphics
Topic 1: Develop visual identity
Topic 2: Plan digital graphics for products
Topic 3: Create visual identity and digital graphics
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