Old Blog, New Digs
April 9, 2019 | blog hugo jekyll
Over 6 years ago, I embarked in the sometimes frustrating, but fun, endeavor of making a blog that was my own; before the heyday of Medium, and after the glory days of Wix and Freewebs. It was my first time hosting my “own” website, navigating the unfortunate complexities of domain registration, web hosting, and web design. At that time, I stuck with a classic Wordpress approach. An approach that brought some nice cogs for customization, but occasional fretting about updating plugins, reviewing spam comments, and difficulties in custom styling.
Default Effect and Usability
July 19, 2014 | design ethics usability
I had a conversation today about how the definition of college has changed in my 5 years at RIT. I will not expand on this topic, but topics that seem very sensical today may have been quite nonsensical half a decade ago. In the ’90s, I recall seeing engineering as being about the designer of the new big “invention,” and I always envisioned this as an individual invents the new big idea or gadget.
iClicker Unreadable Error
March 3, 2013 | gimp
Going into the spring quarter of my fourth year, I have to take a freshman level class. This requires use of a device known as an iclicker, a feedback tool used in larger lectures. My initial problem is my Remote ID is unreadable