© Kelsey Inez
This week was so awesome. Hands down my favorite week so far in this course (and no, it has nothing to do with it being my group’s week haha). The workload was much lighter (which was SUCH a relief due to having exams, experimental work due to review boards, etc.) and all of the assignments were fairly easy and fun to complete! So lets get to it, shall we?
The first thing I tackled this week was the assigned reading and reflection about design principles. Below is a detailed post about my experience:
The second task I took on was the designblitz. Below is a detailed post about my results and experiences:
I actually really liked this specific task. It was a lot of fun to get up and moving around campus. Especially since I’m a commuter and I’m not campus as much or as often as I used to be when I lived in the dorms.
I then completed the assignment designated by the professor. Below is a detailed post regarding the assignment:
This was the task that brought out the most creativity in me. And honestly, this is the piece that I am most proud of for the week. I think that my final product turned out really nice and embodied exactly what I was going for!
As for every week, I have a set amount of stars I must get whilst completing tasks in the assignment bank. Also, two of the assignments had to relate to Jester in some way.
I started with the Valentines Alternatives (worth two stars) assignment. Below is a detailed post about my creation and experience:
Next, I completed the Wait, Where’d That Guy Come From? (worth three starts) assignment. Disclaimer: this was my favorite task off the week. Below is a detailed post about my creation and experience:
Afterwards, I completed the If Movie Posters Told The Truth (worth three stars) assignment. Below is a detailed post about my creation and experience:
Lastly, I completed the Let’s See Some ID (worth three and a half stars) assignment. Below is a detailed post about my creation and experience:
By the conclusion of the work week I, of course, completed my three daily creates. Below is a detailed post regarding the prompts I chose to do and my experience with them: