These are some class notes I took from my interaction design class focusing on designing a website. Thought it would be helpful for everyone out there.
You remember that cartoon segment from Animaniacs called “Good Idea Bad Idea”? Yeah, I loved it too. In marketing, there are good ideas and bad ideas. Good idea: outsource work to a good, quality company. This saves time and money and it can greatly expand what you’re able to do with a project. If you are going to outsource, make sure to talk with the people that will be doing the work. If they are going to be writing articles for you, don’t have them publish it – that’s just asking for waaaay too much trouble. I had a client who recently had someone write and then publish them. Problem is, he doesn’t know where they are, what they say or if they even link to anything that is his. He doesn’t know how the quality of the article was, either, as he never saw it.
I don't have much practice with portraits, but my sister in law wanted me to take some pictures of her while I was visiting. It was a lot of fun and I think I learned a lot. And I hope they had fun. Here are just some of the things that I learned: