October 24, 2006

Flashy passion

When I look back on the first half of the semester in New Media Projects, I cringe. I didn't know what was going on, but I'm finally making progress--in Flash. Today, I made a photo fly across a screen, blink, disappear and increase and decrease in size. It was fabulous. There's hope.

And there's help. There are tutorials all over the internet.

I've also changed my plan for my first project in the class, as well. I'm thinking of revamping a story I wrote last year for the Setonian and placing artwork and photos that I've taken from Seton Hill's various service activities and make it run with the story components.

I want to make the presentation interactive, so I may bring together other stories I've written and those photos and put them together in a package under the umbrella of Catholic Social Teaching. I am also planning to link to the documents which formed the ideologies of CST. I really want to take a journalistic stance on this project, so I can not only add it to my skills list, but to my portfolio, as well.

Posted by Amanda Cochran at October 24, 2006 11:24 PM | TrackBack
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Sounds great, Amanda.

Posted by: Dennis G. Jerz at October 25, 2006 9:07 AM
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