This was perhaps one of the most funky units I’ve done so far – basically throwing a whole bunch of students together to design and deliver an online conference; in addition to writing our own piece of academia to share and discus as part of the conference. It was a great way to get to […]
The internet has facilitated the growth of alternative economic models that have the potential to radically change capitalism. The internet, more so following the evolution of technology associated with the Web2.0 phase of its existence, has enabled a shift in the design of economic models that promises disruption but will instead deliver innovation to existing […]
Convergence and the digitisation of music have changed the way we access and listen to music, which in turn has led to the development of business models that support music as a service rather than music as a product. The music industry has been reluctant to embrace the changed behaviours of music audiences, which is […]
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This unit was all about internet commerce and business models – which sounds really dry. And it was. But, it wasn’t so bad. The major assignment was a group effort, and involved researching a particular business model and presenting our findings online. The big C – COLLABORATION! We chose to look at Netflix, and presented […]
DIG251 was one of my earlier internet design units, focusing on simple design work using basic HTML and Cascading Style Sheets (CSS). I have attached some screenshots here in case the site disappears – if this link works, it’s still up – http://users.tpg.com.au/jay2thamax
China and India are the only two countries on Earth whose populations exceed the number of Facebook users worldwide with Twitter and LinkedIn not far behind. According to Erik Qualman in his Socialnomics 2014 video, six of the ten largest populations across the world would be social media sites. As a result of the levels […]