• Peer Review: Humanizing

    Peer Review #3 This week I’ll be reviewing my peer, Amanda Winkle’s blog, “Humanizing“. After reading through the blog, It’s clear that Amanda is really passionate about the topic, which is humanizing the dehumanized, and showing that homeless and under-housed people are people, instead of the faceless, morally degraded things many people treat them as, which Amanda writes about here. I’m very impressed and inspired with the content on “Humanizing”, however, I’m not sure the intended audience for the blog is clear. There is no mention on the front page of the blog about this blog is for, or what community the blog is a part of. I think it’s…

  • Peer Review: Humans of Whistler

    Peer Review #2: This week I got to check out one of my fellow students, Siobhan Board’s blogs, “Humans of Whistler” and give my take on the design of the site. I want to say before getting into my review, that all of my opinions are subjective, and two people can have completely different visions, so please take everything with a grain of salt! Gertz (2015) talks about copycat culture and how we all want our sites to look like the most popular sites, and end up looking the same as everyone else, I don’t think that “Humans of Whistler” has done that, but I do think the blog’s personal…

  • Peer Review: Kim’s Eureka

    Peer Review #1 For this week’s peer review, I got to take a look at Kim’s blog, “Kim’s Eureka”, and I would highly recommend any of my readers to check her out, she’s done a wonderful job with her digital garden. Aesthetic  I like Kim’s theme, I think that the kind of marble look is very chic, and it’s definitely aesthetically pleasing and the marble and colour story with the blues and greys are nicely carried out through the site. In terms of some components that could possibly be worked on, I would suggest editing the title box at the top in the header, the moving graphic on the “Hello”…

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