The love you take, is equal to the love you make” – Paul McCartney
I hope y’all have enjoyed reading my blog this semester, I’ve definitely enjoyed writing it and pretending like people were reading and enjoying it.
Here’s a link to my website, where you can find all of my deliverables as well as contact info.
Understanding your audience is indubitably the most important facet of writing, especially writing on the internet. More than ever before, readers are their own gatekeepers and control exactly what they read and what they don’t. Continue reading
Jesse James Garrett opens his book, The Elements of User Experience, with a borderline comical chain of events beginning with with an alarm clock that did not go off because of his meddling cat (usually its the meddling kids and their dog) and culminating with him being late for work. Continue reading
John Douglass and Glenn Harnden Continue reading
Osgood and Hinshaw break down the various facets of editing Continue reading
The six major forces of the screen are main direction, magnetism of the frame, asymmetry of the frame, figure/ground, psycholoigcal closure, and vectors. Continue reading
Paul Virilio’s Open Sky addresses many of the fears associated with technological determinism. While it may seem a bit alarmist at first glance, he makes a few valuable points. Continue reading