For every element that is not amongst the raw content and that you decide to include in the design, ask yourself: what is its purpose? What is this element representative of and how does that enhance the content, the context, or the message?
Andy Rutledge, The Design Lesson: 1 of 1
Nice post on the ‘transformation’ stage we are in regarding the use of technology in the classroom that is used by the students before, during and post classroom session.
Fraser Speirs on the ipad and all the posts tagged with the project ‘ipadproject‘
A web service that allows you to quickly knock together a site for your upcoming events without much hassle. Currently in a limited testing phase that I have been happy to test and give my two pennies to.
My first impressions are nothing but positive – quick, easy and one assumes affordable (?!) service that covers all of the essentials for those on a budget and/or limited resources who don’t need a complicated bespoke event site. I managed to build an event site in minutes.
I identified some initial niggles which I have fed back to the team which I am sure were already on their list.
I look forward to the upcoming updates and then the launch which can’t be far away.
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