Always type https://ecampus.wvu.edu into the browser address bar yourself. This will avoid attacks that redirect you to a fake website in order to steal your username, password, or other information. An example of such an attack (known as spear phishing) can be seen in the image below. Notice that the web page looks like an exact replica of the new eCampus website, but the address is on a completely different server.
Tuesday, May 20, 2014
Here's a really short list of bullet points of the examples they demonstrate is their blog post:
- Create Learning Objectives That Challenge the Learner
- Add Meaningful Emotional Impact to Your Learning Objectives
Thursday, May 15, 2014
Wednesday, May 14, 2014
See all the awesome illustrations here: http://www.designfaves.com/2014/03/delightfully-overactive-imagination-manifests-illustrations-photographs
Click through here: https://readymag.com/shuffle/ui-symbols/
"Patatap features an interactive multi-media design that changes when you press various keys, A to Z or the spacebar. There are both audio and visual effects on the site, controlled entirely by you. Change background colors by pressing the spacebar, and trigger various shapes, sounds, and animations with other keys."
Read the article here: http://blog.collectiveray.com/post/82108622609/post-flat
Click here to start the experience: http://www.ultimate75th.com
"It’s easy to see how designing forms can be seen as a chore that detracts from the time that could be spent on more exciting parts. Yet, if you think about it, the payment form is part of the checkout flow, the point at which a user is on the verge of committing to trusting you and your business with their vote of confidence. This experience should really be as great as possible, and using animations correctly can really improve this experience."
This is a very interesting article about layered type over the years. In this blog, Terrance Weinzierl discusses the subject.
Terrance Weinzierl page: http://typeterrance.com/#/pizza-press-custom-fonts-for-dominos/
Download the zip here: http://mariodelvalle.github.io/CaptainIconWeb/
Tuesday, May 6, 2014
WVU’s Teaching and Learning Commons is working with the Provost’s Office to host an event this week for WVU Faculty. The event is called “Celebrate”! It is a fair filled with workshops, webinars, information booths, vendors, and resources of many types! Drop in to the WVU Mountain Lair tomorrow!
As part of the Teaching and Learning Commons, the iDesign staff will be on hand, giving presentations, manning information tables, and answering questions. We look forward to seeing you there!