Beta One: Future of Live Music (Alex Fisher) Source Alex's digital artefact is looking at the future of live music across 2 blog posts and a final podcast. For this round of feedback, I wanted to tailor each comment more to the actual digital artefacts and less following my usual comment structure; which can be... Continue Reading →
should you pre-generate tweets? probably.
Live tweeting for each screening has resulted in a pretty consistent experience with engagement, with comedic angles often taking the interaction cake. After compiling the tweets throughout the semester, it most definitely brought my lack of analytical and academic lenses to attention. Nevertheless, here is my tweeting summary from weeks 1 to 5 thus far... Continue Reading →
pitch comments & reflection – was it constructive?
Pitch One: Future Career Planning (Frank Tremain) Source This digital artefact is a three part blog post series detailing Franks career plan in different fields of his life. I structured my comments throughout in a very formatted way - what I liked, a source, and what I think needed more work. As you can see... Continue Reading →
(beta) comments & reflection
Beta One: Pantone Games (Josephine Doyle) Source Beta One, Pantone Games, is an evolved project based on the same topic of Josephine's pitch of colours in video games. There has been a shift from only looking at the psychological impact of colours in games, but also the design process. I think this was a good... Continue Reading →
comments & critical reflection
Pitch One: Pantone Games (Josephine Doyle) Source This first pitch, Pantone Games, is a project that aims to explore colour psychology in specifically mobile games. The current expected form of the digital artefact is an Instagram page, short YouTube videos and blog posts that present the analytical findings. I found this pitch structure very refreshing,... Continue Reading →