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Tim's Image Feedback for Max

Page history last edited by Tim Kolczak 7 years, 8 months ago

Based on the addition of this object, I think the theme of your portfolio is:

  • Creating a peripheral view of media objects instead of just focusing on a centerpiece.   

 

What narrative or argument is being expressed? and in what ways could that expression be clarified?

  • A narrative of transparency in the way Tumblr posts are transcribed and reused.  I think more detailed language used, would benefit the overall aim of the site.  

 

How is the medium (in)appropriate to express the content?

 

  • The medium used, expresses the content in a way that is simplistic.   I think the only issue is understanding the intended goal of the site.  With a precise explanation of the material's intention would be better understood.  

 

In what ways is the object successful in reaching its audience?

  • I like the way the object is presented.  The simplicity of the page is almost google-esque.  I think the lack of frills makes it easier to understand the objective.   

 

How could composition, color, focus, setting, character development, relationship between image and text, use of editing software, information aesthetics be used more successfully?

  • Aesthetically, it's pretty simple but with added functionality, I believe more aesthetic detail would come.  Are the frills necessary?  I don't think so.   

 

If the image object reuses or remixes, how does the object enhance the meaning of the source material? Or vice versa?

 

  • The object reuses tumblr posts, so from that perspective it enhances our understanding of the object. 

 

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