Journal #11

This section on marketing is really interesting, it kind of helps you figure out your ‘priorities’ on blogging and the balance you need to achieve it. On one hand, you want to write things that you want to write about and are passionate about, but on the other hand what if the content you know […]

Journal #10

In Joe Lazauskas’ article Why ‘Depth Not Breadth’ Will Be the Rallying Cry of Content Marketing in 2015 he talks about how all these different measures we use today to figure out the amount of ‘engagement’ on a post or website isn’t perfect. The number of unique visitors, the total time spent reading, the number of shares, likes […]

Remix

For the remix assignment, I decided to take photos I took for a future blog post and make a collage out of them, David Hockney style. David Hockney is a painter and photographer, his most well known style of photography is composing photographic collages. The collages are presented the way they are because a single photograph […]

Here’s the Scoop

I have a decent amount of ice cream photos on my Instagram and I’m going to try something new where instead of posting a photo, I’m going to embed some old Instagram photos since I just learned how to last week and write a short blurb about each one! I’m pretty boring and safe when it comes […]

Journal #9

  I’m considering changing my theme for my blog because I recently found a new theme that I feel like would present my content better. However, after reading my design peer review that a fellow classmate wrote, they didn’t really say anything negative towards my design. Currently, for each of my posts if I want to […]

Peer Review #2

This week I get to review Samantha Tsui’s blog The Good Food Project. From a first glance, the homepage is clean, organized and simple. The size of the photos that lead to the blog posts are a good size, they allow the user to get an idea of what the post will be about without having […]