Digital Content

Digital Content

Throughout this project, I have gained experience in several different types of technology platforms, social media programs, and writing genres. This has given me the opportunity to familiarize myself with several modes of design and publication that I was previously unable to operate. These skills will be useful for future jobs or projects I choose to undergo and add skills to my resume that many never learn. In this section, you can view the many ways I was able to utilize these skills. The projects and works I learned to produce include a GIF, infographic, my personal blog, my logo, a magazine, social media release, brochure and several written works including a research project, case study and an article I wrote for Auburn Athletics.

This past semester, I have become familiar with design programs which I used to create the various projects I mentioned above. In order to even begin to create this Digital Resume and Portfolio, I learned the basics of HTML5 computer code and then began adding to the structure of the website. The design programs I used to add to create the elements showcased on the website include Indesign, Photoshop, QuickTime Player and Wordpress. Each program offers a unique aspect to the creation of my digital resume. I have been able to learn skills useful for future jobs or any other creative tasks. I have also learned how to use programs such as Qualtrics this past semester to compose surveys to analyze for statistical analysis.

Browse through these next few pages to see my works I have created both during this semester as well as projects from previous semesters. Several projects such as the infographic, GIF, brochure and research project I attempted to connect content-wise. To access my blog, simply click on the page labeled "Blog." I hope you enjoy the content and, as always, if you have any questions, feel free to contact me. My contact information is on the contact page of this digital resume.

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