If you haven’t seen it yet, RosieWalunas.com is launched.
This is RosieWalunas.com!
I took a web design for journalists class this past semester, and, the final product was a portfolio website.
My website displays my production work, resume, and some photography and articles. I also link to my Vimeo, Flickr, Twitter, and blog.
Since I’m still new to web design, I there’s much more for me to learn and explore, but I am proud of myself for making it this far.
More to come, of course.
The following is an assignment for a journalism class at the University of Massachusetts Amherst.
The best instance of my integrating Flash into my portfolio website would be to do displaying my photography.
I would like the Photography page to display my photos. Users can click on words such as ‘nature,’ ‘people,’ and ‘places.’ A photograph would appear, and sub buttons would appear below the subject buttons. Then visitors can click on the sub buttons, such as ‘Lithuania’ and photos taken in Lithuania would appear.
Flash would enhance the photography page by allowing more room for aesthetics, while HTML and CSS would be much more difficult to manipulate in such ways. Most of my photos are uploaded to Flickr. Using Flash will allow me to feature specific photos. Also, if I have natural sounds sounds that may fit with some photos, Flash enables web developers to apply those sounds, such as in a button.
"Macbeth" at The Globe, London.
I already have the photos. I would make the text and basic graphics in Flash. If I decided to add natural sounds to the photos, I would have to go into some of my videos taken at the time and get sounds from those videos. I probably don’t have audio for every photograph, but it’s something that would be interesting to experiment with (I hope it wouldn’t be annoying).
I currently know how to make buttons and add sounds that would fit perfectly. I would like to better learn how to program the buttons with a motion graphic. I can do both individually, but I am still learning how to program the concepts together.