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  • I will use my portfolio to show off my projects to not only family, friends, and peers, but also to potential employers.
  • Picture sources:http://s268.photobucket.com/albums/jj15/bradslilslut21/?action=view&current=adultswim.jpg&newest=1http://lcc.gatech.edu/compumedia/http://www.pcworld.com/article/156165/15_reasons_pc_gaming_beats_all.htmlMade this slide as a quick preview of what about me I want to emphasize and what is inspiring the styles of my site. It appears cluttered because that’s what I have to deal with trying to express, in addition to my qualifications.

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  • 1. Digital Portfolio
    Mae Tidman
    a PechaKucha presentation
  • 2. Expressing Mae
    Cartoons
    Youth culture
    Media
    Film studies
    Gaming
    The study of play AND playing!
    Education technology
  • 3. Design Goals
    Show off my work to friends / potential employers
    Provide examples for peers or internet searchers
    Keep navigation within my portfolio
    Create my own personal online space at my domain: amaeze.com
    Easy to edit/alter template
  • 4. Preliminary Ideas
  • 5. Preliminary Ideas
  • 6. Preliminary Ideas
  • 7. Site Walk-Through
  • 8. Site Walk-Through
  • 9. Site Walk-Through
  • 10. Strengths and Weaknesses
    Few external links
    Simple and minimal navigation within site
    Advertises me well
    Simple and straightforward
    Not too busy
    Interesting and relevant url
    Nav could be more interesting
    Potential for too much text
    Needs a way of seeing which page you’re looking at on nav bar
    Needs more personalization and mae-ness