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Kelsey Niemann

Finding Myself in Uncertainty

          From an early age I established many goals. One of them was to attend a large university directly upon graduating from high school. Throughout high school I figured out what I wanted to do later... Continue Reading →

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Trade Programs

I recently needed to write a response to a prompt discussing an issue of important to me that I feel needs to be addressed and why awareness should be brought to my item of choice. I was originally completely lost... Continue Reading →

Changing the Blog

Taking this from an undergrad english course blog to whatever I feel like sharing. Time for some fun 🙂 KLN

READING RESPONSE: LYNCH & HORTON’S WEB STYLE GUIDE CHAPTERS 4, 7 & 9

Chapter 4: Navigating your way through a website is similar to navigating through a physical place for many reasons. To start, upon arrival you have basically no idea where you are heading if you are unfamiliar with the site/place, so... Continue Reading →

Twitterative Design

Design 1: According to researchers at Purdue University, mixing alcohol and energy drinks affects the brain similarly to cocaine. Design 2: Researchers at Purdue University found the brain to react to cocaine and a mix of alcohol and energy drinks... Continue Reading →

READING RESPONSE: “TWITTER POSTINGS: ITERATIVE DESIGN” AND “WRITING FOR SOCIAL MEDIA”

Mr. Nielsen is emphasizing the importance of catching Twitter viewers attention quickly and in a way that is informative, but not overwhelming. He greatly considers the character count set by Twitter and changes the tweet multiple times in order to... Continue Reading →

READING RESPONSE: “SOME PEOPLE”

In the visual created by Luke Pearson the graphics are the most dominant form of story telling while the small portions of text serve to briefly introduce or connect between the events in the photos. The visuals take what is... Continue Reading →

READING RESPONSE: REMEDIATION READS

The report included an unbiased coverage of the event. It provided a lot of precise data and information about the event while also remaining unbiased about the situation despite the many assumptions made as a result of the situation. The... Continue Reading →

READING RESPONSE: WHY ACADEMICS’ WRITING STINKS

The popular explanation outside universities for why academics suck at writing is that due to lack of things to put into a piece, scholars use stronger language that's harder to understand and makes the writing seem more intelligent. Within academics... Continue Reading →

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