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Persuading You to Find the True Meaning of Christmas


I used an article by President Thomas S. Monson published in the Liahona in 2012. Link:


My focus in the design of this spread was the true meaning of Christmas. 904 more words


InDesign Magazine Spread

My InDesign Magazine Spread

The past two weeks have incorporated learning Adobe InDesign and creating a 3 page magazine spread.  The spread had to be an article from LDS.org or BYUIScroll.org.   857 more words

Visual Media

Let the Holy Spirit Guide - a magazine spread

Over the course of the last two weeks, we have brainstormed and designed a three-page magazine spread for COMM 130 Visual Media. This has been an awesome and exciting project, and has been something I’ve thoroughly enjoyed. 637 more words


Week Twelve - Activity

Examples of Web Credibility

Presumed Web Credibility

Amnesty International is an example of a non-profit organisation with a dot org web address, two factors that can contribute to presumed web credibility. 294 more words


Week Twelve - Item One


 This week’s article examined credibility, specifically in relation to websites and how users may perceive them. A combination of trustworthiness and expertise should be utilised in order to convince a user of a website’s credibility, factors such as links to other credible sites and easily verified information will enhance credibility while pop-up ads and typographical errors often have a negative impact on a user’s trust of a website. 792 more words


Week Eleven - Activity

Examples of Performance Load

The invention of Pay Pass reduced the number of physical steps that were required to use a credit card (needing to key in several separate pieces of information) along with the amount of information that needed to be recalled in order to use it. 203 more words


Week Eleven - Item One

Performance Load  

This week’s article discusses performance load, the amount of mental and physical effort that will be necessary in order to complete a task. Performance load may be split into two categories: cognitive, which is the degree of mental activity required and kinematic, which is the amount of physical effort required to complete a task. 664 more words