Using steeping tea as a metaphor, I demonstrate the simple process by which I approach writing.
Recreating a Scene If you’re a black girl who has ever worn your hair in pigtails, you know e x a c t l y what I’m talking about. It doesn’t matter who it is, If you’re wearing a dress, simply vibing and sitting down with your hair like that, someone is going to call […]
ENGRD221W Final Portfolio and Reflection Letter Interface is the place at which independent and often unrelated systems meet and act on or communicate with each other … Human-Computer Interaction (HCI) aims to create technology that harmonizes with and improves human capabilities, goals, and social environments by design, computer science, and behavioral and social sciences. Merriam-webster … Continue reading Iterate My Literacy Process as an Interface Product
Heading into our third podcast, my co-producers and I felt relatively experienced with two podcasts under our belt. But, this podcast surprisingly had the most complex process. This complexity could primarily be attributed to the fact that we didn’t know exactly what we wanted to talk about like we did the previous episode. There wereContinue reading “Our Experience with ” Infectious Fashion””
My mind was fried after a long day of work, and it didn’t seem like I had any creative energy left to build the skeleton of this game. Our group had decided that we wanted the game to be based on the powerful influence of pandemic memes (our first podcast episode). We had also comeContinue reading “Made A Game”
From podcasts to games to doodles, I’ve “written” in so many new forms of media during my time in this class, and what I’ve come to realize is that each medium comes with its own set of strengths and weaknesses that require you “write” in slightly different ways. For example, while podcasts are perfect forContinue reading “You Can Tell I Really Like RPGs”
Though it may not make sense initially, trust the process. Note that the recurring theme in this process is time devoted to reflection. In a fast-paced undergraduate environment, we hardly reflect but this class has taught me that it is necessary for growth. With regards to the other steps, the sketch assignments unlocked our creativeContinue reading “Trust the Process”
Unmasking the memes has returned, but this time it’s interactive. In our podcast from several weeks ago, we discussed the influence of memes on our thoughts and behavior during the COVID-19 Pandemic. We decided to translate that idea into a game using HTML and Twine. The game was designed to see how our own meme […]