Lab Reports

Shooting for the small screen

Jun 06 2012

On the third day of the WhichWayNC project, the three videographers decided to create a video that would introduce the purpose of the project. Carter McCall, Mika Chance and I wanted to show viewers why they should care about the information given to them in motion graphics, blog posts and articles. We conducted interviews in […]

Creating news for mobile consumption

May 29 2012

Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Angry Birds. The list of applications available on smart phones could go on for days, and according to statistics from the Digital Buzz Blog, that’s just the way users want it. The average American spends almost three hours a day on his or her smart phone — that’s more than twice the […]

Politics, mobile phones and paper airplanes

May 29 2012

I don’t remember the last time I played with LEGOs. Oh wait, yes I do. Our summer project began with a group exercise involving the rudimentary, but surprisingly applicable toy. We tapped into our “creative sides” and put together a plastic block landscape that somehow explained to a fifth grader why voting matters. Fortunately, the […]

Are Chapel Hill’s parks safe?

May 03 2012

Earlier Masculí. this semester, the body of  Sgt. Shane Scott Pease was found by a jogger on the Bolin Creek Trail, a local greenway in Chapel Hill. The event seemed like a plot cheap nfl jerseys from N.C.I.S. brought to life. So how safe are Chapel Hill’s parks? Since 2011 there have been 42 violations of […]