Peer Review #3

Peer: Martha Paola Ortiz
Name: Pocket Pail: Tiny Triumphs In A Time Crunch
Brief Description: Addressing how we’re so busy with our lives, that we forget to enjoy ourselves and try new things – time flies. This blog will be about addressing the fear/guilt of trying something different each week; like a bucket list but for the little things in life I wish I’d push myself to do. 

With content learned from lectures and readings, I will analyze the overall content and design of Pocket Pail and how it all ties into their website’s marketability to their intended audience group.

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The Advancement of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Art: Ethical Issues and Legitimacy of AI-generated Art

I have been an aspiring artist since I was only a few years old. Even though I am not great at it, I have put many hours into bettering my art and trying to meet industry standards. I have always worried about individuals where art comes easily to them, but haven’t let that get to me. A few years ago another worry arose, that being AI-generated art. Not only have most of the art pieces I have seen by AI-generated art been beautiful, but I have seen the use of it within the industry of graphics design and logo design, and how clients/stakeholders are opting out of the ‘human touch’ for a cheaper option. With the world increasingly advancing with technology, AI seems to only be getting more and more integrated with our online lives (i.e. Adobe Photoshop AI-generative fill, Chat GPT, etc.) multiple questions have risen up within the past few years about the legitimacy of AI-generated art; is AI-generated art ethical who gets the credit of AI-generated art, should collaboration between Human and AI-generated art be allowed for award-winning, etc.

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Mini Assignment #4 – Remix

I have remixed a video of a Tiktoker (@booksaresick) cracking the spine of a book and an iconic one-liner from Michael Scott from The Office.

P.S. I’m not targeting this Tiktoker, I absolutely love their other booktok content, just thought this was the best video I could find when it came to people breaking the spine of a book!

Process Post #9

Prompt: Analytics (Google, Facebook, Twitter etc.) is a very valuable tool for building your audience. For content creators, knowing how your reader behaves on your website can help enormously with developing the best content, posting at the right time, and developing the appropriate engagement strategies. On the flip side, for the reader or user, it can be tiresome and even worrisome knowing you are providing data trails everywhere you go online.

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Peer Review #2

Peer: Steph Malt
Name: The Weekly Grain of Malt
Brief Description: Explore The Adventures of a Malt’s Life Through Writing and Media

With content learned from lectures and readings, I will analyze the overall design of The Weekly Grain of Malt using 5 design principles that were discussed in class (Balance, Rhythm, Proportion/Scale, Contrast/Point of Focus, Unity/Harmony)

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