Week 5 Summary: Wow! I can’t believe I’m actually done with this course! I feel like I completed both the final project and the second tutorial very well. Nothing really gave me trouble this week other than the fact it was shorter. I really enjoyed the final project. Most of it was true but a little bit of the story I made up since it is a story class not a nonfictional class. I learned a lot throughout this course. The main thing I learned and I will probably use the most is how to make videos and getting the clips off YouTube to do so. I don’t believe I would do anything different and I don’t have any question since the class is over. I don’t think there’s any larger issues’ surrounding this weeks work unless you consider LeBron breaking fans hearts by leaving them. I really enjoyed this class a lot!

Final Project

  1. Final Project: LeBron James Story

Summary: For this final project I decided to a story about LeBron James’ career in Cleveland. I talked about how everyone went from loving him to hating him to loving him once again. He’s one of the greatest players ever to play the game and he made a mistake in his mind leaving Cleveland.

Create two Tutorials

  1. Tutorial Blog Post: Tutorial #2: Highlight Reel

Summary: This tutorial is for an animated GIF assignment. You have to make a GIF about any sports highlight that you want to be played over and over again. This tutorial is a step-by-step process of how to make this GIF using Youtube and Make a GIF. I used screenshot to make it easy to follow as well I cropped them out to make them more focused on what I want people to see.

Comments on other people’s blog post

  1. Christine’s World!: Visual Design for Week 5
  2. Amanda’s Locale: Final Project
  3. Usman Ownz: Fifth Week Final Project
  4. Snakes in a Barrel: Own Assignment #2 Movie Intro
  5. Court’s View: There and Back Again – The adventures of a lost dog

Summary of comments: I learned a lot at looking at other people’s blog post throughout the course. You get to see what other people did for the same assignments you completed and how they decided to approach the same task differently. I really enjoyed looking at everyone’s final projects as well. I thought everyone did a great job on them.