Here you will find weekly sketch posts, podcast updates, and narrative work
Using steeping tea as a metaphor, I demonstrate the simple process by which I approach writing. Most of my inspiration for writing or anything creative starts with a cup of tea. Cupping a little mug in my hands and feeling its warmth as the sweet aroma rises and swirls around me…Keep reading
Literacy Narrative: A Collab (Reflection)
My second literacy narrative I titled “I was in toxic relationship, but we’re good now.” Clickbait is what attracts views and other insights, so I figured I would give the title a trick name as an experiment. Why was I in a toxic relationship you ask? Click here to find out.…Keep reading
Escaping the Memes?
Unmasking the memes has returned, but this time it’s interactive. In our podcast from several weeks ago, we discussed the influence of memes on our thoughts and behavior during the COVID-19 Pandemic. We decided to translate this idea into a game using HTML and Twine. The game was designed to see…Keep reading
What’s in my bag?
The Contents On a typical school day, I carry my laptop, my iPad– which I take most of my notes on, my spiral folder for papers/written notes, a calculator, my glasses, two pencils (one with red led and one with grey), a pen, my wallet, a head scarf, earphones, a snack/candy…Keep reading
The goal for this project was to splice two images together and make it look like a single image. I first thought of two things that have similar structures and textures, but weren’t the same object. This process took quite a bit of time, and was probably the most difficult part…Keep reading
Summary Let’s face it. Moving from pressuring professional environments to the comfortable confines of our homes pushed many individuals to stop paying attention to their aesthetics and fashion during the COVID 19 pandemic. However, others seized the free time to incorporate fashion trends unique to the pandemic into their lives. Therefore,…Keep reading
Zooming Through Doom
Summary The use of zoom in education during the COVID-19 pandemic has significantly altered how students learn and is often criticized for making academic life more difficult and unmotivating. However, it has actually offered a plethora of new resources and opportunities that continue to shape how students learn even in an…Keep reading
Unmasking the Memes
Summary This edition of Voices Through The Mask presents an entertaining and informative analysis of Covid-19 memes. Memes have had a significant role in representing and shaping individuals’ thoughts and behaviors during the pandemic. Covid-19 has led people to new and unique experiences that have manifested in the medium of internet…Keep reading
This is a playlist I made for myself to facilitate peace and reflection. The playlist begins on what feels like a fragile sense of happiness. This wavering eventually lands on a somber note which persists for most of the playlist. While the overall tone is blue, to me provides a sense…Keep reading
My landing page can be found here Making this landing page was very interesting and unlike anything I’d really done before. My prior, though relatively limited experience with html was from an environmental data science class I took in the spring of 2020. This class primarily dealt with spatial projections and…Keep reading
The Cover Image!
This image is an accepted submission for a the cover of my English class’s podcast, Voices Through the Mask. Within the silhouette are words I felt relate to the effects of the pandemic and other common vocabulary. I designed this image using Adobe draw as I do with all other images. Looking…Keep reading
Today I created a more detailed diagram of the process of digestion which was discussed in my nutrition class. The process of digestion is rather complex, and to me the best way to understand this process is to conceptualize it visually. Looking at this image, in addition to the my experience…Keep reading
About my Avatar Sweet herb, a soothing Vietnamese tea, is personal my gateway to the world of tea. This image is a representation of my appreciation for tea. The design features the letter “a” connected to the letter “e”, which are my initials. When I used to draw, this is how…Keep reading
Literacy Narrative Reflection
image by b4.hallo.today on Pintrest Technology over the years has both inspired and in some ways highlighted some of my greatest insecurities in writing. However, it continues to be a medium I enjoy using to transform my thoughts and emotions into digital visuals. Thus, in this post I will be reflecting…Keep reading
Introduce Yourself (Example Post)
This is an example post, originally published as part of Blogging University. Enroll in one of our ten programs, and start your blog right. You’re going to publish a post today. Don’t worry about how your blog looks. Don’t worry if you haven’t given it a name yet, or you’re feeling…Keep reading