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Come along as we explore Writing for Digital Spaces. New posts arrive weekly throughout the semester.
This week we take what we’ve learned from Eyman and analyze the digital rhetoric behind popular online shopping websites and how they affect consumerism.
Interfaces act as both an object and a location, according to Doug Eyman. How do humans make connection with tech, and what does it mean?
Images are visual rhetoric because they appeal to the audience’s emotions. Images say more than a thousand words because they evoke emotions.
Human-Computer Interaction is not a complete physical interaction, but a cognitive interactive response that creates a physical reaction
Human computer interaction within media has proven to be helpful to people over time. It is helpful but it maybe a little harmful too.
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