The Drudge Report and The Huffington Post

Just for fun, I visited some delicious “news and opinion” sites to compare visual styles:  The Drudge Report and The Huffington Post.  Talk about night and day! The Drudge Report looks every bit like its origins might suggest, as Continue reading The Drudge Report and The Huffington Post

Keeping It Simple

As a student and a media professional I surf the internet daily.  As with most internet users, I am looking for information, news and products readily available to me with a click of a button. The internet is changing so Continue reading Keeping It Simple

Visual Style of My Blog

Everyone who took ICM 501 – Introduction to Interactive Communications had to create a blog. I did this, along with everyone else. When I was searching WordPress for a style that I wanted to use, I just went with my Continue reading Visual Style of My Blog

Designing for the Season

One thing I have learned in Visual Aesthetics (ICM 502) is that good design is a deliberate art.  Every chosen color, every chosen font, every chosen graphic come together in a dance which results in creating a certain mood for Continue reading Designing for the Season

Entrance This Way

One of the biggest things that has stood out for me in taking Quinnipiac’s ICM 502 Visual Aesthetics class is the use of space and navigation on web pages. When I think of a web page’s layout, my first thought Continue reading Entrance This Way