First, for this week, I posted a response to the “Minuscule Stories” radio show. This show was very interesting, and definitely an awesome, unique topic.
My favorite blogs done by fellow students are listed below. First, I decided to look through some of my radio show group mate’s work, and I found a missing person design post, done by Daniel Valdez. I liked this post because I am a huge fan of Breaking Bad, and I thought the design was interesting and unique. Hank is indeed being a badass…
Another post that I really enjoyed was Kristin’s post about people’s opinions of socks. I don’t know exactly why, but this post was particularly entertaining.
The final video I chose to add to my favorites list is a tutorial on how to use X-Ray Goggles to manipulate webpages. I decided on this tutorial because it is directly relevant to what I will be doing next.
After viewing the tutorial on how to use Mozilla’s X-ray Goggles, I edited twitch.tv’s directory page.
Next I put together a few images from Pinterest to describe what it would be like in my dream bedroom. I like this project because I had actually never used Pinterest before, and there were a ton of cool pictures of what people have done with their bedrooms that inspires me to make my bedroom even cooler!
Next, I used Mozilla’s X-Ray Goggles to develop a story about a man that is lost inside a website. It was fun to recreate the story using the hyperlinks and the layout of a website. I didn’t know anything like these X-Ray Goggles existed until now, and it’s a really funny tool that you can use in hyperlinks to give someone a laugh ( or a scare).