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Visual Rhetoric_Reflection

As the spring semester finally winds its way down, my professor asked each of us to to reflect on how the things we have learned can connect out to our own work in academia. I’m not really sure that my … Continue reading

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Digital Design Experiences Timeline

For my Visual Rhetoric class, we were asked to create timelines of our digital design   disasters experiences. The picture below is a screencapture since I can’t get the embed code to work, and there is a link to my … Continue reading

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Visual Rhetoric_Annotated Bibliography #3

Kitami, Kodia, Ryosuke Saga, and Kazunori Matsumoto. (2011). “Comparison Analysis of Video Game Purchase Factors between Japanese and American Consumers.” Knowledge-Based and Intelligent Information and Engineering Systems Lecture Notes in Computer Science Volume, 6883, 285-294. Retrieved from http://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007/978-3-642-23854-3_30  Kitami, Saga, and Matsumoto’s article … Continue reading

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Visual Rhetoric_Annotated Bibliography #2

Bogost, I. (2010). Persuasive games: The expressive power of videogames. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press. Bogost’s research question is to “suggest that videogames have a unique persuasive power” that is made possible through procedural rhetoric as this type of rhetoric is … Continue reading

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Visual Argument Reflection

After looking at the comments I received from my peers (Maury, Megan, Laurie, and Jenny), I think they did a great job getting at the argument I was trying to construct with my visual, which was simply that we are … Continue reading

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Pre-Class Exercise for February 12th

For my Visual Rhetoric class, we were tasked with making a visual argument. I decided to make a collage. Images taken from:  http://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/asia/peshawar-school-attack-pakistan-mourns-as-the-funerals-of-victims-of-taliban-massacre-are-held-9929982.html http://deliveringhappiness.com/reasons-for-living-spontaneity/ http://affordablecremations.tumblr.com/post/100565543033/how-to-get-excellent-funeral-services http://www.history.com/topics/vietnam-war/vietnam-war-history http://www.tutufoundationusa.org/2012/10/war-for-peace-the-moral-and-legal-case-for-intervention-in-syria-2/ http://www.ibtimes.com/field-dreams-7-reasons-why-you-dont-want-be-farmer-china-1394965 http://www.workandwellness.com/speakers/menshealth.htm http://www.ibtimes.com/indian-women-get-back-work-faster-western-japanese-counterparts-report-1152053 https://hcih.wordpress.com/category/regions/middle-east/ http://contemporarycondition.blogspot.com/2012_09_01_archive.html http://wanderdownunder.com/nz/maori.html Because no collage should be without background … Continue reading

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Visual Rhetoric_Annotated Bibliography #1

de Pedro Ricoy, R. (2007). Internationalization vs. localization: The translation of videogame advertising. Meta 52(2), pp. 260-275. Retrieved from http://www.erudit.org/revue/meta/2007/v52/n2/016069ar.pdf             For her article, de Pedro Ricoy approaches the topic of localization versus internalization and the rhetoric … Continue reading

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Visual Rhetoric_Theoretical Mindmap

 Link to Popplet mindmap: http://popplet.com/app/#/2277361 First soundtrack for Spring:

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Modding Final Project_Reflection

Final leg of my modding project. Rhetorical Situation Audience For this project, I was working on learning the basics for creating a mod for Dragon Age Origins, though my original plan was to create a playable mod that could be … Continue reading

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New Text Report Peer Comments

Just like the post before this one, I am using this space to list the peers whose reports I have commented on and my reactions to each report. It’s not as fun as shifting through reading notes, so excuse the … Continue reading

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