Category: Process Post

Process Post 10: Moderation

This week’s class made me really think twice about ongoing website management. We were broken up into groups and we each looked more closely into what the general public would consider as “credible sources”. My group had a chance to look closely into the New York Times, and to learn...

Process Post 9: Media Integration

Process Post Prompt: Make a plan for incorporating more transmedia integration into your online publication. What channels will you focus on? Why? Describing food without pictures leaves a bit more to the imagination that I would like. My blog is set up and although there has been minor adjustments here...

Process Post 8: Analytical Adjustments

After looking through the results from Google Analytics, I’ve realized that the time spent on my website was rather short. So in an attempted to make things slightly more interesting, I made a consistent layout change. Previously, blog post featured an image meanwhile everything else was left untouched. It...

Peer Review 3: My Infiniti and Beyond

BackgroundEnough about me and my food adventures. We will take another deep dive on a different blogger’s website. Jane Cheung has created “My Infinity and Beyond” which has the caption “A flexitarians Gourmet journeys, interspersed with some amazing encounters. Though she may eat meat here and there, she often...

Process Post 7: Imagined Audience

My blog and my content have aimed to be simplisitc yet imformative at the same time. Though both aspects may conflict form time to time, I believe Ive made adjustment along the bumpy pathway in figuring out who my target audience is. In addition to blogging about just food,...

Process Post 6: Peer Review Adjustments

Nothing is every perfect. Considerign this is my first blog, I am miles away from achieveing what I ultimately want. But Genevieve kindly looked through my blog, and left me with a lot of positive feedback and constructive criticism With more content on my site, it is now a...

Process Post 5: Reflection

Different blogs have different purposes and this blog has unfortunately been missing a clear direction. The past couple of posts have been inconsistent and heavily lacked cohesion. But being away from food over the past few days has made me reflect on what this blog really is. Truthfully speaking,...

Peer Review 2: Genevieve Gignac

Taking another break from food, we will now venture over to http://genevieve-gignac.com a personal blog created by Genevieve Gignac is a passionate writer to say the very least. This personal blogger brings her audience into her shoes as she shares the first hand experiences of her daily journey throughout...

Process Post 3: Direction

When was the last time you went along with something while not really know what’s happening? For those of you reading, this is my moment right now. At first, we were given free rein to put our creative minds to work and choose what we would want to blog...

Peer Review 1: Pixeltrated

As a refreshing break from talking about my personal journey, let’s take a closer look at pixeltrated.com.  BackgroundContent creator Keefe Liew initially decided to write about user experience designs by unravelling a different perspective regarding the online world. But recently, he has pivoted towards an artistic approach by having...
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