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ritterwp:

Digital Publishing-II Assignment

Infographic : The Battle of two Computer Geek

An Infographic to compare the two computer geeks, Steve Jobs and Bill Gates. The comparison is focusing in their company, Microsoft and Aplle Inc.

pfftlio:

The Dystopian Heroine.
Comparison Infographic for Tributes and Initiates about Katniss Everdeen and Tris Prior.

pfftlio:

The Dystopian Heroine.

Comparison Infographic for Tributes and Initiates about Katniss Everdeen and Tris Prior.

datarep:

The Goals of Wayne Rooney Infographic

datarep:

The Goals of Wayne Rooney Infographic

dap005:

Raster vs Vector graphics infographic created in Web Animation unit. Don’t ask me what this have to do with animation because everything has to do with web animation. I used an anime dude to represent raster/bitmap animation and a my little pony for vector (all I know is that friendship pony show is animated in flash 8).

dap005:

Raster vs Vector graphics infographic created in Web Animation unit. Don’t ask me what this have to do with animation because everything has to do with web animation. I used an anime dude to represent raster/bitmap animation and a my little pony for vector (all I know is that friendship pony show is animated in flash 8).

powergirlsays:

Well thank you Becca Clason http://beccaclason.com/
I’ve needed this, because i suck at texting 
now just make me one for watering plants and shaving my legs and I’ll be set for life

powergirlsays:

Well thank you Becca Clason http://beccaclason.com/

I’ve needed this, because i suck at texting 

now just make me one for watering plants and shaving my legs and I’ll be set for life

Part of the magic of Christmas is seeing the day through a child’s eyes… so Santa asked 500 children in the UK aged six to 10 what they would do if they were in charge of Christmas, and what they love about it. Whether they wanted to visit me in my home in Lapland, “give presents to all children that are poor and hungry” or just “eat more cheese”, the results are sweet, funny and heart-warming.

Part of the magic of Christmas is seeing the day through a child’s eyes… so Santa asked 500 children in the UK aged six to 10 what they would do if they were in charge of Christmas, and what they love about it. Whether they wanted to visit me in my home in Lapland, “give presents to all children that are poor and hungry” or just “eat more cheese”, the results are sweet, funny and heart-warming.