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Atari 400

Hooting and Hollering

12.19.2017

“Whoa! David, you type fast!”

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Final Exams

Lessons Learned

12.6.2016

It’s finally here! Finals week for my online class! Whew! It’s been a crazy semester! I wanted to share a few lessons I’ve learned from teaching my first online class. Feel free to take a look at my course syllabus for teaching Social Media ETWR 1391-009 at Amarillo College.

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Amarillo College Homepage

I screwed up…

11.24.2015

So,,,,I sort of screwed up,,,,,and the results of my screw up, while not done intentionally, prove my thoughts on slider carousels.

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Ideological Bias

Ideological Bias

10.14.2015

All too often, technology and design decisions are made based not on a desire to choose the best materials and tools for the job but on ideology.

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Telcommuting

Telecommuting

9.14.2015

As a higher education telecommuter working as an web developer for a community college, I realized when I first started this venture that I was not prepared for the hazards of working at home.

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Consistency

Consistency: Golden Rule

8.24.2015

Consistency is the golden rule of interface design, but there is a paradox at the heart of consistency: if everything looks the same, there are no edges.

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Social Media

Social Media Expert?

7.09.2015

If you know me, you know the LAST thing I ever want to be called is a “Social Media Expert” or “Social Media Marketing Coach.” Yech. That ain’t what I do and it ain’t who I am. Ain’t. Ain’t. Ain’t.

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