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The Most Confusing Infographic Ever: audience engagement, community engagement & audience development

Previously on A Big Eyed Fish, in defining audience engagement I noted that it was “artcentric” and differed from community engagement and audience development. 297 more words

Audience Engagement

Let me be your Succor

succor

[ ˈsəkər ]

NOUN

assistance and support in times of hardship and distress.

I found this word the other day and had no idea what it meant.

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Mental Happiness

Naadirah - #26

Naadirah - An explorer of words, creeping through the crevices and tunnels of tear sodden paragraphs and climbing down the cliffs of free falling poems. A discoverer of special words hidden between pages of a freshly explored book and the unexpected tales that come about with each new and fascinating finding. 23 more words

Amit

Felicity

felicity–noun: a state of great happiness.

Overwhelmed by felicity and gratitude, the orphan ripped into the gift we had given him.

Vocabulary

Innovating Pedagogy 2014

The 3rd edition of Innovating Pedagogy is out!

This report proposes ten innovations that are already in currency but have not yet had a profound influence on education. 123 more words

ICT Pedagogy

The difference between a UX Designer and UI Developer

I’ve recently found myself trying to explain the difference between the skills I bring to a project as a UX Designer and why I’m not able to cover the role of a dedicated UI Developer. 1,012 more words

Ux

Molly reblogged this on First City Web and commented:

Here is a nice article explaining the different roles/skills behind the scenes in creating a website. UX, UI, web designer, web developer are all terms, often used interchangeably, you may see when looking to hire a a firm to design your website. Taking a minute to understand the different skill sets will certainly help you make a more informed decision.