Below is an audio/visual presentation I created that focuses on why the traditional business model for news media won’t work.
With the exception of the “digital journalist” banner at the top, I haven’t added any of my design work on my blog (though I should start).
I created a vector illustration, along with adding some copy for a print design project (right).
I decided to explain a little bit of my job description as a multimedia journalist for those who might not really quite understand what I do.
Because this blog is dedicated to digital journalism I thought it would be an apt place show what many journalists are doing now in the digital age.
The print design was used with Adobe Illustrator and InDesign. I’m not sure how many of you would be interested to read the technical process of how this was created so I will spare you some geek speak. But if you are interested, feel free to ask.
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As a digital native, I often get frustrated with today’s copyright laws regarding to the digital age. Simply put, it can be a big pain in the derriere–and we all have Walt Disney to thank for that (VIDEO:Copyright 101 via Disney illustration).
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