CT101 Final Blog Post/Jonathan Dedier

Hey guys! So today is the day ct101 basically ends and I’m very anxious right noww. As my journey in CT101 draws to a close, it’s time to reflect on the valuable skills and experiences gained throughout the semester. In the face of personal adversities, the understanding and support extended by Mr. Seslow have not gone unnoticed. The encouragement to persevere and the acknowledgment of individual circumstances have contributed significantly to a positive and empowering learning environment.

What did I enjoy about our class and how will I apply your new skills into the world you ask? 

One of the aspects I enjoyed most about our CT101 class was the creative atmosphere fostered by both the content and the teaching approach. Mr. Seslow’s engaging videos and the freedom to explore digital creativity allowed me to express myself in ways I hadn’t imagined. The sense of community and support within the class made the learning experience enjoyable, even during challenging times in my personal life.

“Amazing guy is above this blockquote”

As for applying the new skills I got, I see numerous opportunities to integrate them into the broader digital landscape. The ability to build and manage a website, as well as understanding the art of memes and effective hyperlinking, and making navigation menus (I’m sorry but there were so many buttons to look at when making it LOL) are versatile skills that can be applied across various domains.

 What grade do I think I have earned in our class and why do I deserve this grade? I think I’m about to… to….

(Visual representation of me right now.)
Actually wait I feel more like this right now..

In all seriousness I’m throwing my hat into the B-ring(So a B). Why, you ask? Well, even though my work decided to take the scenic route to the submission box (yeah, I was fashionably late quite often), I believe my posts are like the class clowns of the internet. They might show up late to the party, but when they do, it’s a riot!
My posts are my comedy playground, and I think they deserve a solid B for bringing the laughs. There’s a method to my madness, you see. I write like I’m talking to you face-to-face, but with an extra sprinkle of humor. It’s like chatting with a stand-up comedian, but in blog form. I mean, who said blog posts can’t have a sense of humor, right? Sure, I might have a tardiness record, but think of it as me being fashionably late to the digital shindig. It’s all part of the grand entrance! Plus, fashionably late people get noticed, right? At least that’s what I’m telling myself.

And speaking of noticing, my posts are unmistakably ME. They’re personal, they’re quirky, and they scream “this is [Your Name], and no one else!”

Now for the moment you guys have been waiting for..

My website theblublog.com!

Wondering why my website TheBluBlog.com is on my phone? Let me break it down for you.

1. Tailored for Your Convenience: When asking a bunch of my friends they said the mobile site looked seamless for the palm of your hand. No need to pinch and zoom – every detail is crafted for easy navigation, making your visit a breeze.

2. Dive into Yorkie Goodness Anywhere, Anytime: Whether you’re at the dog park, curled up with your Yorkie on the couch, or out for a stroll, take TheBluBlog.com with you wherever life leads. Access grooming tips, training tricks, bathing and heartwarming stories at your fingertips, making it the perfect on-the-go resource for Yorkie parenting.

 

My mobile layout showcases all the adorable snapshots and informative visuals in a stunning display when pressed also. I feel so excited about this!!

Props to my brother, the unsung hero and artist extraordinaire, who turned a simple idea into a quirky masterpiece. Those are indeed my daily specs, and my dog decided they were the ultimate fashion statement for our logo. Who knew my dog had such a knack for style?

So, a huge shoutout to my bro for immortalizing this comedic moment and turning it into TheBluBlog.com’s iconic logo. Here’s a sneak peek of the masterpiece – because, let’s face it, who wouldn’t want their dog sporting their glasses? It’s the kind of silliness that makes our blog uniquely us.

 

But anyways CT101 taught me more than just digital skills – it taught me how to build a website, a digital home for all things Yorkie. TheBluBlog.com isn’t just a project; it’s a reflection of my journey. Will I maintain it? Absolutely! It’s not just a website; it’s a living testament to the joy, challenges, and boundless love of being a Yorkie parent. So, brace yourselves – the adventure continues!

I express my deepest gratitude. Thank you for the laughs that echoed through the virtual corridors, the lessons that resonated beyond the pixels, and the unforgettable journey that has left an indelible mark on my digital and personal tapestry. As this chapter concludes, I eagerly await the next, armed with newfound skills, cherished memories, and a heart brimming with enthusiasm. Until we meet again in the digital realm, CT101—thank you and farewell.

P.S. Professor’s head always remind me of that one spongebob meme..
(Secret messsage if you somehow made it to the end)

 

 

3 thoughts on “CT101 Final Blog Post/Jonathan Dedier”

  1. Excellent work on this!
    Thank you for the detailed and compelling final post, the grand finale’!
    Shout out to BLU!
    It was a great semester, they always go too fast, but we have it all archived here on CT101 – all of the recordingings will also stay in tact – forward we go -> with the power of our creative human potential and our built in intuition -> forward we go!
    Keep pushing at it!
    Happy Holidays!

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