Until this week, I did not think about different audiences that could possibly view my posts regarding various sports news; personally, I just considered it only my classmates viewing my work.
After listening to guest lecturer Mauvé Page, elements about different websites I tend to visit came to mind; I started to think, do websites I frequently visit follow these same design traits that Mauvé recommended.
My partner for the second peer review, I will be reviewing Fiona Maguire’s website titled Wanderlust; Wanderlust is a blog promoting different areas to travel while showcasing different cultures.
As mentioned before in previous posts, my website’s simplicity is something I wanted to achieve, as I personally believe a crowded website makes new users stray away. Yet the website design needed to be intuitive, therefore on the header, a visitor will see little drop-down arrows in areas where drop-down menus are applicable
Thinking about this question is freighting; arguably, my whole life has been in the internet era; therefore, I really do not know how life is without it.
My partner for the first peer review is Eleni Papadoulis, whose website is titled Exquisitely Eleni; I like the website’s name as it ties in with the theme of being inside Eleni’s mind. Diving into the different blog posts will be something new for me as I am not used to reading about mental health, self-development
Hi all it’s me of Deadpool, but you already know that from the title of this post, I’m sure you know who I am and what I am all about, but in case you don’t (I really don’t know how that would be possible) here is what I am about. I have superpowers, but that’s
Process Post: Week 3 I figured designing Sports Recap’s website would be one of the more entertaining portions of the whole process as it was something I was not familiar with. Debating between how I wanted my home page to be from where the different tabs would be placed within the page all made me