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We Survived our first Flash Critique!

I am thoroughly impressed by my classmate’s first Flash projects. During our first critique, we were asked to grade the work of our peers. I could see the heard work everyone put into their projects, and I was happy that I was able to give everyone positive critiques.

Although there are things I would add to my Audrey Hepburn infographic, I am pleased by the aesthetics of my project. I wanted my project to be different that a traditional infographic, and I envisioned an Audrey cartoon in a scene. I worked on making a 3D wall in Illustrator, and I am pleased with how my 2D Audrey cartoon looks in front of the wall.

My classmates were helpful in critiquing one another, and my favorite suggestion regarding my project came from Alan Spears. He thought it would be great to implement a game with my cartoon. As my project is, Audrey’s starring roles information appears, along with pieces of her costume, as I move the slider. Alana suggested I make my project more interactive by allowing the audience to dress my cartoon Audrey in order for more information to appear. I loved this idea, and it is indeed innovative.

I am impressed with the work all my classmates put into their projects, and I am excited about seeing all the things they continue to create!


About lindseyhuston

I'm a strategic thinker with an eye for design. A recent graduate of Wofford College, my liberal arts background in Philosophy and English provided me with extensive writing and analytical skills. I’m adding to my skill set at Elon University learning as an MA in Interactive Media student. Teachable, driven, with an affinity towards networking, I hope to utilize my skills in a career in advertising and interactive design.


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