On a personal level though, I’ll more than likely stick to Weebly for my online portfolio and blog. For a robotics team that I mentor, I’ll continue to use and work on and at some point teach my WordPress skills as we currently use that host site for our website. I had just unfortunately not understood how to control and edit our robotics site until this class. So, I’ll definitely continue to work on and improve those skills. I also believe that it gives me a competitive advantage to know how to use and operate so many different styles of website design.
On September 28th, we had a guest speaker during my JOUR 206, Digital Media course. Nick Siano came and spoke to our class about his job at USA Today, the universal newspaper organization that is in charge of numerous newspaper chains such as the local newspaper, The Star Press. The top 3 topics that intrigued me the most from his presentation was Analytics devices, SEO, and visual preferences from their large audience source
There are 3 main types of copyright licenses: Creative Commons, Royalty-Free, and Rights Managed...
From newspapers, radios, tv, cell phones to the world wide web and internet – the world is constantly evolving with new ideas to present the same information. The beginning of newspapers in the United States was in 1690. The Department of Defence took part in the creation of the World Wide Web. Web 2.0 evolved from the first version of the web to a more user-friendly space open for creativity. Although Web 2.0 is still relatively new, Web 3.0 is already in the works of creation.
Hey there, my name is Ashley Martin! From several different class projects, this website has turned into a wonderful e-portfolio for myself and also a way to express my opinions on different topics, so check it all out and leave some comments!