What is your relationship to digital?
How do you use it?
Why use it?
What is it for?
What could it be for?
interface - the computer
collecting - generating
manipulating - developing
thinking - making simultaneously
exploring ideas – computer as sketchbook
speed - trying out colour ways
envisioning information for presentations
presenting ideas and information
why use technology
understand specific inherent qualities
stop - first think about retrieval
accessing work made
first - develop a filing system
led by idea
build a methodology - a way of working
saving - versions
understand/explore the limitations of the software
ways of working what is the outcome?
this will define the input
blog – web site
information in – research
Intranet - VLE
information in – imagery
download from web
building/creating from within
information out – finding a
making yourself visible
finding your audience(s)
information - exchanging
building a network
connecting to like minded people
digital connecting tools
databases – appropriate?
social networks – appropriate?
forums – appropriate?
Following up – ‘real world’
This needs to be done regularly, if you take the trouble to make
digital contact or send a proposal/application/information,
make sure you follow it up.
You can use your follow up contact to let them know about any
developments in the project you are proposing (for example) or
other exhibiting or professional activities.
If someone consistently fails to get back to you, perhaps you
don’t want to work with them.