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Digital Communication Program

Here at The University of Baltimore, we have a great Digital Communication program; hence the awesome projects displayed on my site. They taught my everything I know about using design software, and they made it easy and fun to learn. 54 more words

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Widgets

When we first began creating this blog post there was some annoying text following me as I scrolled down the page on the right that was titled “text widgets.” I could not wait until we got to the lesson that taught us how to remove it! 70 more words

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Header Image

Instead of creating my own image, I fell in love with one of the suggested images. There was this image of what looks like ceramic or real flowers, all of which are my favorite color scheme. 53 more words

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Adding Widgets

Widgets are probably the most interesting features on WordPress, in my opinion. It’s very convenient to add in these widgets because they add more content to my site and can make it a lot easier to navigate through it. 55 more words

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Selection of *external navigation link*

Create a navigation link in the “Resources Page” and comment on selection. Options include Digi Design Program @ UB, Adobe’s website, the Pantone website, or the AIGA website.

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Exploring Customization Options

We finally got to add some color to our blog. My favorite color is any shade of turquoise, so it is no surprise that I chose this color for my background. 84 more words

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End of the Semester

I enjoyed learning InDesign and WordPress this semester. The programs came naturally to me, and I encountered few problems or struggles along the way. I still like using Wix better than using WordPress for website building, though learning WordPress was important for real-world application. 35 more words

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