Sixth Week Into The End

Week six

Week six… dude. As always, I’m overwhelmed. I will say, this week’s assignments seemed to come to me more effortlessly this time around. I love-love-loved playing around with photos and most importantly design. In addition to my prior knowledge of these forms of media, I learned a lot!

Aside from individual projects, I’m in a group! I have joined forces with three other girls in the class and I can’t wait to get to work. I have enjoyed reaching out to people in the class. I have put in more effort to leave comments on my classmates to work on Twitter, Instagram, and blogs.

UPDATE: I am changing the layout of my blog posts. If you have been keeping up with my content, you may have noticed that I like to compile my projects into to a minimal number of posts. Now, I will be splitting up assignments into their own posts! Not too drastic of a change, but a change nonetheless!

Daily Create – Letter Felt Board

You are living in a post-apocalyptic world and unfortunately, your time has come. You want to leave words that people will remember you by. The only way to to do this is through a nearby felt letter board.

Daily Create –  Show Us the Pitch

Use the Movie Pitch Generator to come up with a fake movie plot. Then come up with the title for your fake movie and put it on a poster.

Daily create – Fake move/fake review

Write a movie review in one tweet of a movie (yours or someone else’s) from #TDC2235: Show us the Pitch.

Question of the week

Group dynamics can be tricky.
What’s been the most succcesful group you’ve been a part of and what made it work?

Group projects can be a pain in the butt. Frankly, I hate working in groups because, more often then not, I like to control the situation. When working in groups, you have to dedicate equal responsibilities throughout members. The most successful group I’ve ever been a part of was my Research group last semester. There was four of us, but we all meshed together really well! Our personalities were similar and we enjoyed working together. In addition, when it actually came down to doing work, we delegated the work. One person was in charge of the introduction, one in charge of methods, one in charge of printing, and so on and so on and so on. We used Google Documents and so we didn’t have to meet outside of class much at all (which was my FAVORITE part) and we still accomplish a lot.

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