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Category Archives: Technology
(Note: you can click on the images to enlarge for better view) The Problem/Context: In the name of “design,” sometimes we choose form over function. This is my first semester using Canvas for a Penn State World Campus course. This … Continue reading
The last few things tweaked in the calculator are mostly related to the logic of the calculator. It is very, very streamlined compared to where I started. It was a classic case of I spent about 10 hours to REDUCE … Continue reading
This is part 5 of my Learning Swift Calculator App. This update is mostly about the code structure and design decision about the calculator and its behavior. Technical lessons learned: Adding variable values in the middle of the string is … Continue reading
This is part 4 of my Learning Swift Calculator App. Progress: UI elements will be evenly distributed on any size screen and orientation. Lessons learned: Autolayout is a wonderful thing and Apple does their best to help developers who would prefer … Continue reading
Today is my second to last day as Multimedia Specialist at World Campus Learning Design. I am in the process of cleaning up my computers. I am doing a secure erase on my main computers, but I am choosing to … Continue reading
So we (World Campus Learning Design Multimedia Specialists: Brian Strauss, Pete Warren, and myself) went on a very interesting video shoot recently. This was for a psychology class modeling some simulated psychotherapy sessions; we were able to get students from … Continue reading
Decided it was time to update the theme. Now moved over to Brunelleschi 1.5.3 by Kit MacAllister. I’m all about letting the content speak for itself. I don’t like bright colors. I don’t like light fonts on dark backgrounds. The … Continue reading
Simple drag and drop exercise using Flash/Actionscript 3.