Hey! What’s new with Rabble?
The Rabble group met last Thursday to keep plugging away at their tablet for the best of Rabble.ca. After a few hectic weeks, the Rabble group has jumped leaps and bounds on their way to success. There’s been no slowing them down of late as the finish line is within their grasp.
Like a proud father with a new born baby, Matt Dusenbury shows off the iBook presentation that'll happen on April 12 in room 114 in North Campus Building starting at noon. Hey! Everyone better be there!
This past week the group continued with their assigned tasks of going through additional articles to find the best ones to put in the tablet. If that wasn’t enough, they all worked on choosing a layout to make it as aesthetically pleasing for readers and the best way to create a timeline for users. Right now, Rabble.ca wants everything to be chronologically, so it’s key to have the timeline like that and make it look good for Rabble’s audience.
With only four weeks left, the Rabble group is under the gun, but if anyone can get it done, it’s this team.
Hey everyone! Save the date! It's our day to make our teachers proud by presenting on everything we've done for Rabble and the Tyee. Now with 100% more journalism!
Aaron Rathbone is more than delighted to keep reading Rabble, while Marlene Leung gives a head nod in approval.
Wayne MacPhail gives Devon Murphy advice on the Prezi timeline and the best way to grab readers attention.
Matt Dusenbury and Devon Murphy look over the benefits of using Prezi to create a timeline for the Rabble tablet.
Matt Dusenbury is interviewed by Sarolta Saskiw of the documenting team on what they've achieved in the past week.
These were only a sample of all the action involving the Rabble group last week. If you want to see more, and I know you do, head on over to our Flickr page and check it out. You will not be disappointed. If you missed that first link, click here right now!
This post is part of a series documenting the University of Western Ontario’s online journalism class of 2012. To learn more about this project, visit westernjournalism.wordpress.com.