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Movie Web Project Written Report, Peter Dee May 2005

Movie Web Project Written Report, Peter Dee

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A brief written report about the Movie Web Project 'Something There' to include four headings of control of media, thematic coherence and originality, navigation and use of code. The project involved the design and development of a Flash-based website to promote a new fictitious movie 'Something There' by two new Irish Movie Makers, Alan Fletcher and Salvador Robinson also known as 'Al + Sal'.


Short Animation Project Written Report, Peter Dee May 2005

Short Animation Project Written Report, Peter Dee

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A brief written report about a short animation project to include the four headings of thematic coherence, walking animation, talking animation and title credits.


Macromedia Director Audio Project Research - Written Report, Peter Dee Mar 2005

Macromedia Director Audio Project Research - Written Report, Peter Dee

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A written report about the Director Audio Project: Underground Sound to include the four headings of control of audio, thematic coherence, management of assets and originality of approach / design rationale. The Underground Sound Director Audio Project is about contemporary black music in an urban setting. Images of old and young captured in the environment in which they live.


Design Principles: Attractive Bias Written Report, Peter Dee Feb 2005

Design Principles: Attractive Bias Written Report, Peter Dee

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A written report to analyse two objects in relation to the principle of attractiveness bias; one of which supports this design principle and one which does not.


My Dog Patch! Website Written Report, Peter Dee Feb 2005

My Dog Patch! Website Written Report, Peter Dee

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A brief written report about the My dog Patch! Website and to include the four headings of navigational functionality, file structure, thematic coherence and use of code.

The My dog Patch! Website is designed as part of the Mini_Website_project_brief given by Dr. Brian Keegan as part of the Dublin Institute of Technology MA in Digital Media Technology Programme.