Today I stumbled across an incredibly effective website and it made me think of just how effective simplicity and sophistication among web pages can be in this day and age. The website was for the Parklife Music Festival, a one-day outdoor dance music event, which is held every year in Sydney, Brisbane and Melbourne. As [...]
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In the final week of semester, we have to choose 12 blogs that we think best represent our blog’s development and quality (writing style and technical skill). Here are my 6 presumed choices for this half of the semester, each with a review as to why I have chosen them: ‘War against the Center’ Post [...]
This video is extremely popular, and there is a good reason for it to be, which is the fact that it is brilliant. If there was anyone out there that believed that the internet was just a waste of time over the original form of print will be instantly taught a lesson. The reason I [...]
Picture my life. This is a link to an amazing photographer’s blog I just found before. It reminded me of what Jess McGuire has said in her lecture about her friend who became a famous photographer due to the fact that he posted his images online frequently, therefore he developed a fan base. This girl [...]
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