I find that as I write posts for my blog I am often caught deciding for whom the post is intended. Some posts are designed exclusively for my audience of K-12 educators. More recently, I have been creating a wide range of posts to demonstrate my progress through the Digital Storytelling (DS106) course. However, in some cases I try to share a “hybrid” post where it satisfies not only a requirement of a DS106 assignment but also has some ideas or resources that my K-12 audience of educators may find beneficial.
Such was the case in my recent post “Life-Long-Learning’ – What it means to me …”. Here, I attempted to share, in detail, the process that I went through to have a logo created through “99designs”. In my somewhat lengthy post, I was trying to share with my K-12 educator audience how I was able to acquire a professional blog header design and logo of which I was very proud. However, I was hoping that through my quoted description of my logo (composed of the collaborating child, adolescent, and adult), I was attempting to share with both the DS106 community and my K-12 educator audience the significance and philosophy behind my creative design.
However, what I neglected to do was to create a “minimalist poster” as to what “Life-Long-Learners” means to me. To rectify this oversight I share the following poster:
I trust that this “minimalized philosophy” poster, illustrated here as a single picture, will provide a welcomed equivalent to my usual 1000 words.
Take care & keep smiling