Friday at the AIB, Advanced Web Design

October 24, 2008 at 3:20 pm Leave a comment

Content is now massively distributed, individuals and companies now disperse their video, graphics, text across the likes of ‘youtube’, ‘flickr’ and ‘facebook’. How do you organise and structure such content?

Using the relevant, api (explain) pull data such as music tastes, video lists and friend’s lists from sources such as ‘youtube’, ‘flickr’ and ‘facebook’ and create a single page to display them. Your page should be an aesthetic and structured interpretation of the data retrieved that gives the user a visual understanding of the information and the relationships between its component parts.

Using RSS from any news site I wish to calculate the length of the word by the number of words by the number of vowels ina word. A line would then connect the dots by how they line up in the RSS. I will be using AS3 in flash. The outcome could look like this…

what i want

what i want


Entry filed under: Advanced Web Design, FDA interactive Media Yr2.

Wednesday at the AIB, Interface Design Principles Motion Graphics Taster from 14/10/08

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