For a project, we had to make our own business cards: one personal and one professional.
The previous post was about how to create designs that would be successful. In this post, we will talk about the second part and finish up the book, “The 7 Essentials of Graphic Design,” by Allison Goodman from chapters 5, 6, and 7.
Everyone wants to have a perfect design when creating something such as posters or websites.
In the book called “The 7 Essentials of Graphic Design” by Allison Goodman, she talked about how to make that come true.
That was the key term in this reading. In “The Discourse on Language” by Michael Foucault, the author used a term ‘discourse,’ many times throughout the chapter.
What is Net Neutrality?
- CNET described net neutrality as,“the idea that traffic on the Internet should be treated equally. That means your broadband provider, which controls your access to the Internet, can’t block or slow down your ability to use services or applications or view websites.”
The provider also can’t get the internet users to pay an additional fee to have an access, such as Netflix, faster.
[ CNET / Marguerite Reardon ]
Audience is your everything.
Janice Redish really got into details of how to create a web content that will be easy to navigate and makes web users happy in a reading called, “Writing Web Content That Works.”
The author, Krug, is a usuability consultant and helps people out with their Web sites or apps. In “Don’t Make Me Think,” he talked about how to create a web site and how to structure it correctly.