My last project for my Digital Communication class was to create a personal portfolio website. Check it out here!!
Houses can be cluttered, cars can be cluttered, purses can be cluttered, but one’s writing can also be cluttered. The majority of people overwrite, adding needless words that do not enhance their writing. In “Don’t Make Me Think” Krug explains that these needless words should simply be omitted from one’s written work. Continue reading
This post is a continuation on my readings by Krug and Garrett. I found the following two chapters by Krug, “Billboard Design 101” and “Animals, Vegetables, and Mineral,” quite insightful and enjoyed reading them. I also enjoyed my reading from chapter two of Garrett’s book “The Elements of User Experience” and his description of the five planes of website design. I hope you find my brief overview on these chapters interesting as well! Enjoy! Continue reading
This week’s post is about two of Krug’s chapters, “Don’t Make Me Think” and “How We Really Use The Web.” These two chapters focus his views on website usability and give the reader some insight into how to properly design a web page. I throughly enjoyed these readings and I hope that y’all like it as well! Continue reading
Editing. A word that can strike both fear and joy. How on earth do you learn how to edit and further more how do you make sure your edits are not obvious to the audience. The editing process can make or break a film’s success but luckily in the chapter “The Aesthetics of Editing” by Osgood and Hinshaw the reader learns a little more about this process. Continue reading
For my slideshow I showed the process of Lizzy J’s, a jewelry and lifestyle company, going to market. Although I was not allowed to fully disclose the entire production process, I started with the production of one of their very successful items, followed by going to market, and ended with an order being placed at market. Hope you enjoy!