Category Archives: EDTECH 506

Week 13 Reflection

Putting together the rough draft of my final project this week was a tough but enjoyable experience. I thought I had done a good job of creating all my previous weeks images to match up with the overall unit I … Continue reading

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Week 12 Reflection

Reading about space this week I came to the realization that I was already using it as a design tool in previous assignments without really knowing it. I think this is because a lot of what I think of as … Continue reading

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Week 10 Reflection

I greatly appreciated this weeks focus  on the appropriate and purposeful use of  color based on theory. I have to admit that I have been guilty of using color just for the sake of having color in many if my … Continue reading

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Week 9 Reflection

This week revealed to me just how important user feedback is when creating an instructional image. In past weeks I have found my users feedback helpful and that they improved my images, but this week was real proof of how … Continue reading

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Week 8 Reflection

When I read the description of this weeks assignment before starting the reading I had no idea of what image I was going to create. This was different than previous weeks where I sort of had a potential image mapped … Continue reading

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Week 7 Reflection

I really liked the ACE model covered this week because it caused me to sort of take a few deep breaths and take the design process a bit slower this week. The fact that ACE integrates the PAT model means … Continue reading

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Week 6 Reflection

This week I became determined to actually complete my Shapes assignment using Fireworks CS5. I started out in Photoshop but soon decided I wouldn’t get the image quality I wanted because after scaling things I kept getting edges that were … Continue reading

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