What Did I Learn about Digital Journalism? At the end of this project, I have learned two things: What makes for an effective mobile website, and in turn, effective layouts of digital journalism The way in which caption-based videos, a category of digital journalism, utilize autoplay and other features to be competitive in a saturated… Read More DGST 101: Methodology Module (4/4) – Digital Journalism and My Digital Identity
The Rabbit Hole of Digital Journalism (Not Geocities) We’ve established that mobile websites, and therefore, pieces of digital journalism, are successful because they adhere to some or all of the following reasons: Legibility: Provide content in a succinct, easy to navigate manner without the necessity of an app Tactile Navigation: Ensure that content may be… Read More DGST 101: Methodology Module (3/4) – Down the Rabbit Hole of Digital Journalism
In this next post, I will be discussing both the importance of digital journalism, as well as discussing what makes for a successful mobile website.
What Is Digital Journalism? For my Digital Studies Methodology Project, I chose to investigate digital journalism. According to Student World Online, while digital journalism as a term has no concise definition, the term is “widely recognized” as being “any form of journalist content that is posted on the internet.” (Student World Online) While such a… Read More DGST 101: Methodology Module (1/4) Digital Journalism Introduction
Our second DGST project is to select a prompt from the Culture Module categories. I chose to explore the world of Interactive Fiction, or IF, as it reminded me of the “choose your own adventure” books and games from elementary school. While it is very simple, you can view my sample IF project here on… Read More DGST 101: Creativity Module – Interactive Fiction