Writings from Communications Study @ SFU
Institutionalizing User Experience
During my time at the School of Communications in Simon Fraser University, I studied and wrote on a variety of different topics including cultural theory in advertising, affects of technology on communications, innovation theory as well as other traditional communications theory. Below are some of the papers produced during that time. Consumers Online: The Development of Personal Identity […]
The Debate Over Anonymity Online
In order to create an environment that values good user experience, it is essential for an organization to understand and support the UX practice. Institutionalizing user experience makes it a tangible, measurable, repeatable, consistent practice.
The Mobile Identity: Social effects of mobile devices on identity formation
Context: As part of my foundations class at EMDM, I was asked to write a (very very) brief paper on an ethical problem in the digital media world and analyse different opinions. I did a quick cursory, toe-dip-in-water analysis on the ethics of anonymity in online networks and thought I’d share it. Remember, this is […]
Done for Communications 453 – Issues in Information Society, Post Baccalaureate Diploma, Communications Consider for a moment, a chain of cause and effect. One can say that tools of expression, such as the spoken word, gives shape to our thoughts. And in turn, since our thought patterns shape our identity, one can easily infer that expression is […]