When I decided to enroll in PUB 101, I did not know what I was getting myself into. I figured I spend enough time on social media and news outlet websites to have a general understanding of the process.
Developing community guidelines is not something I thought of until reading through this week’s articles, yet it is needed in every community.
Making an online space that everyone feels welcomed is a difficult task where individuals view things from entirely different areas; some cannot process others while others seek to understand
When creating content, the creator must be aware of who their audience is in order to retain users on their sites. An individual can look at targeted content similar to targeted adverts in monetization; users feel more inclined to click on topics that appeal to them.
When thinking about future advertisement opportunities, nothing came to mind other than the traditional route of google ad-sense; this essentially would be the easiest route for monetization yet would likely produce little to no yield.
For peer review two, my classmate Fiona Maguire reviewed my website, and you can find my review of her website here.
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.
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.