This month, Professor Brigitte Humbert and I wrap up a months-long collaboration to create and develop an online, digital language-learning grammar game collection for students of French called French Grammar [ … ]
Origin Story There once was a group who really liked Google Plus. With the demise of the service, they were unhappy. With this request, I wondered if we might just build a very similar experience in WordPress. I think I ended up getting pretty close. The Look The theme is built using our normal pattern of bending Understrap so it uses Bootstrap at its core. The theme is here. I don’t know if this works decently or not (vertical slider gets kind of lost) but I took a shot at making the WordPress theme comparable to the Google Plus layout using juxtapose. If you’re anything like me, you have no real memory of what Google Plus looked like and I want you to appreciate this. Luckily I still have access to G+ through my VCU account for at least a while longer. The Masonry Grid I didn’t think too hard when I opted to make the initial masonry layout.1 I used what seemed like a really handy path. What I didn’t pay attention to was that this particular masonry-sort goes top to bottom and then left to right. Since that was brought to my attention, I’ve gone back to the G+ layout and tried to see more logic behind how they did it and what the sort order is but […]
The basic idea here is that if you check all the boxes, more stuff will be shown. Right now it’s set to need all 6 but it could be any number.
Once again, it’s an ugly demo that we didn’t end up using but I can see this being useful …
This was a quick demo built to show how we could mix videos hosted on YouTube with viewer choices at the end of those videos that cause other videos to load.
There’s a bit of work around what the visuals would be like for a user but nothing aggr…
Welcome to Episode 466 of the Moving at the Speed of Creativity podcast, a show by Dr. Wesley Fryer (@wfryer) focusing on digital creativity, media literacy, digital literacy, digital citizenship, instructional technology integration and engaged learning both inside and outside the classroom. This episode features an interview with Michaela Freeland (@_mfreeland) and Shelly […]