I was still an undergrad student when the Citizens United ruling occurred in 2010, protecting the first amendment rights of corporations to make campaign contributions. Like many people my […]
Why does a brand need a digital marketing strategy? Would you start a business without a business plan? Would you shop for a big Thanksgiving or Christmas dinner for 8 […]
Advertising has roots in ancient Egypt, Pompeii, Song dynasty China, and Europe in the middle ages. From papyrus messages on the walls to bamboo flutes being played to sell candy, human […]
Administrative assistants, or secretaries, traditionally provided staff and administrative support. They would prepare files, organize emergency impromptu meetings, handle scheduling and billing, and organize documents. Most positions require a high […]
Infographic Text: Public Relations Specialists PR specialists build mutually beneficial relationships between an organization and its target publics. They design press releases and use other communication tools to shape public […]
Have you ever observed a situation where there are so much controversy and discussion over a company or the marketing of a product and you hear someone comment, “this […]
In Fall 2014, I took a course called “Computer Graphics for Mediated Communications” (CECS 5260). I learned and practiced designing materials using Photoshop. Brochure Download here. Denton Public Library’s original […]
In Fall 2014, I created an interactive kiosk-like story titled “A Friday Night in Denton” for Computer Graphics for Mediated Communication (CECS 5260). The story begins with the reader making […]
Nepalese villagers in the film Trekking Tradition is an example of a type of culture that had adapted to the “invasion” of the western capitalism.
The Balinese in “The Goddess and the Computer” are a peasant society co-existing with a modern society and slowly making efforts to progress ahead. Globalization is at work as Bali, one out of many other non-modern type societies, work to integrate to modern society.