My Comments on Other Classmates’ Blog Posts

I haven’t been posting links to my comments at the end of my postings, but here are my comments thus far:

Jan. 30 2015: Commented on Alyssa Toby Fahringer’s post, Appearance Matters

Feb. 2 2015: Commented on Ellen Weintraub’s post, Post 1: Overcoming Creative Block

Feb. 8 2015: Commented on Jordon Bratt’s post, The Typical Type is Not Your Type

Feb. 8 2015: Commented on Stephanie Anne Seal’s post, The Power of Typography: Balancing Your Audiences

Feb. 17 2015: Commented on Benjamin Brand’s post, Structure (Week 4 Readings)

Feb. 17 2015: Commented on Eric Gonzaba’s post, Don’t You Dare Center ANYTHING

Feb. 20 2015: Commented on Stephanie Anne Seal’s post: Geocities Called They Want Their Blinking Hello Kitty Cursor Back 

March 1 2015: Commented on Michael Williams’ post: Spinning the Color Wheel

March 16 2015: Commented on Peter Carr Jones’ post: Ethics of Photography (

March 16 2015: Commented on Nathan Michalewicz’s post: Posting Photos

March 16 2015: Responded to Stephen Rusieski’s comment on my post

March 22 2015: Responded to Mason Farr’s post: Digital Thoughts

March 23 2015: Responded to Elizabeth Moore’s post: Images… Again

March 30 2015: Commented on Mason Farr’s Image Post: https://robfarrnewmedia.wordpress.com/2015/03/30/march-30-2015-my-commentary-on-mason-farrs-image-assignment/

April 5 2015: Commented on Alyssa Toby Fahringer’s post: Accessibility

April 6 2015: Commented on Stephanie Anne Seal’s post: Making Your Research Accessible

April 13 2015: Commented on Mason Farr’s post: Interactivity on the Web

April 13 2015: Commented on Elizabeth Moore’s post: Interactivity

April 20 2015: Commented on Alyssa Toby Fahringer’s post: Web Design Assignment

April 20 2015: Commented on Mason Farr’s post: Update on Design Assignment

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9 thoughts on “My Comments on Other Classmates’ Blog Posts

  1. Robert, it is amazing to see how your website progressed from its nascent stages in the portfolio to what you have put together now as a final project. Amazing work. I have followed closely your progress all semester, and I think you really managed to demonstrate some proficiency in design.

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    1. Thanks so much. It has been a great class and my classmates have been very supportive. I’ve been enjoying your site on slavery. I hope you can join some of us on Monday night at Whitlow’s on Wilson. at 7:30!

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