Great things come in black and white. Especially when it's made by Nabisco, and they're Oreo's. Nabisco made a really great ad campaign for Oreo, and I created another ad as part of the same campaign for my wonderful design class. I also created and designed a slide presentation to point out the various elements… Continue reading Black and White Ad Campaign
Phantom of the Opera is a classic musical that has mystery, deception, operas, and danger. With the Phantom lurking, anybody is within reach with his "magical lassoo," as cast members put it. The target audience is fans like myself who love Phantom of the Opera- whether they are closet fans or public fans. These icons… Continue reading An Iconic Night at the Opera House
Lds.org has many great articles. One of my favorite articles found on that website is called "One Question that Puts Life in Perspective", by Stephen Jones. I created a magazine spread for his article as part of a class assignment at BYU-I, and would like to present it to you in this blogpost. I know, you're super… Continue reading Will it Matter in 1,000 Years?- A Magazine Spread
Sorry, Iron Man, but it's my turn to engineer something. You can take a seat for this one. This is an official Avengers Age of Ultron poster, directly from the Marvel's website, http://marvel.com/avengers. This is an incredible poster. It is very visually appealing, simple, and simply AWESOME because it is Marvel. The Marvel designers created it,… Continue reading The Reverse Engineering of Iron Man
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My very first memory of wanting to be a writer was when I was around ten. My mom and I were cleaning out old boxes, and I found a box full of mini stories that she had written when she was a kid. I enjoyed myself immensely, reading all about the McGhosters and their adventures.… Continue reading How to Write Irresistible Content
Sherry Turkle, a professor at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, discusses the dangers of our society’s current dependence on technology in her article “Connected, But Alone?” to reach the conclusion that our focus on technology is robbing us of our skills in communication. She deliberates the different ways that people lose communication skills, such as… Continue reading Connected, But Alone: A Summary