The arrival of the telegraph created a revolutionised reality for information. No longer were we required to physically move the message to the location it was being delivered to – whether that involved going and verbally communicating face to face, or writing a letter to be delivered, the message could only reach its destination through… Continue reading Digitising our Life
Yep. It’s that time of year again! The next semester is about to start, and once again I’ve opted to summarise as much of the important information as possible onto a single A4 page. This has been designed to print out and chuck on your wall! If you do happen to use it, then that’s fabulous, just… Continue reading #DIGC202: Subject Outline Recap
After a semester of research into online identities and branding, I finally have a finished product! Definitely the most interesting research based assignment I’ve undertaken at university which is both brilliant and terrifying because the research hasn’t just stopped because I finished the subject. Anywho, the image below is linked, and the PDF is interactive… Continue reading A Digital Network: Brand and Consumer
When brands utilise fan made, or user generated content, it becomes the advertising equivalent of citizen journalism. It promotes the idea of participatory culture, while also adding to the narrative of the brand identity, and creating a community of collective understanding, collective intelligence, and collective passion (or brand tribes) around the brand organisation. If a brand… Continue reading User Generated Content
LINK TO THE PREZI (bolded, bracketed titles indicate a new slide) Today I will be talking about branding, with a specific focus on the corporate brand, that is, organisations and their use of brand, and how it the internet as a social network changes the way in which they present themselves. So let’s jump straight in shall… Continue reading Branding and Social Media: Are brands your friends?
Glitch art in our current day and age is essentially a visual aesthetic. It has evolved from the past, drawing upon dead media technologies where errors would often take a visual form. I raise that this glitch aesthetic is drawing upon dead media technologies mostly because the technologies of our current day and age exist… Continue reading Revolution of glitches
First week of uni is out of the way and I’m feeling thoroughly disorganised. As such, I thought whipping up a quick image to print out and stick on my wall would be appropriate. The image includes all of the assessments for this subject, which, if done properly, should lead me to pass. The visual layout… Continue reading #DIGC310: Subject Outline Recap