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Junior at Washington State University Majoring in Sport Management Minoring in Business Administration Specializing in Communications

Final Reflection: Ryan Ferrell

For my final reflection for DTC 201, I chose to listen to the oral history projects from Emily Bruckner, Christian Solovey, and Jenna Walker. Emily Bruckner –  She interviewed her father, Brian Bruckner, about the comparison of traditional lecture classes … Continue reading

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Oral History: Ryan Ferrell

  I was excited when this project was introduced to us. I love story time! I decided to interview my grandpa, John Miller, as retired U.S. Army veteran that worked with communication technology and electronics. I could hear the excitement … Continue reading

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Past, Present, and Future Technology: Interview Ideas: Ryan Ferrell

I read the first chapter of Soonish: Ten Emerging Technologies That’ll Improve and/or Ruin Everything, titled “The Universe, Soonish.” Its suggested future technology is cheap space travel. He gives multiple ideas that could lead to a great expansion of Space travel … Continue reading

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Comics: Ryan Ferrell

Scott McCloud defines comics as “juxtaposed pictorial and other images in deliberate sequence” in his book, Understanding Comics: The Invisible Art. The comic I created, No Matter Where We Go, We Always Find Our Way Back Home, fits the definition perfectly. The … Continue reading

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Print Versus Digital: Ryan Ferrell

  There is no one way to define or explain the concept of comics. As this frame to the left is interpreted to saying that there can be different viewpoints on the process and meaning of comics. There will continue … Continue reading

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Digital Collage – Ryan Ferrell

All my images are from Google Images that allow for reuse and modification. The images I selected best represent the message of my collage while fitting well with the them that displays the message. The biggest element in my image … Continue reading

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History of Collage & Photomontage: Ryan Ferrell

In my class’s assigned readings this past week, my eye was caught by the Jiyen Lee contemporary collage. Jiyen has a history of creating collages of stairs stacked on top of each other with, what seems to be, pedestrians walking … Continue reading

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Technological Artifact: Ryan Ferrell

I’ve been wanting to purchase a Nintendo Game Boy Advance SP Color again since mine that I had owned since I was 6 had stopped working last year. I would take this device everywhere I go: to school, road trips, … Continue reading

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