Extra Extra Credit – Part 2 Final Detailed Revision Explanation

Throughout this final step of perfecting our built environment spaces I learned a lot not only about the mistakes and improvements that were able to be made, but also about the overall function of our digital spaces as well. The final extra extra credit part of this assignment allowed for us to reexamine the work we have been doing in small pieces, and completely remodel and perfect our sites. The main improvement that I could see needed changes on my site as I worked on the first part of the extra extra credit part of this project was that more tags were needed for each of my individual posts. Though a few of my posts had tags, many did not. I went back and revisited many of my recently added posts and customized as many posts as I could. I had also trashed many useless drafts and notes that were left as my posts that helped clean up the site and make the site more resourceful. After all of this, I made a quick scan of all of my work and made touch ups here and there on font sizes and colors present throughout the site so that the site has an overall equivalent and pretty feel to it as well as being able to clearly read and access the content...

Second Built Environment Analysis – Extra

The City of Atlanta, Psychologically Impairing its Residents Different spaces and environments are equipped with specific features that psychologically change ones mood and behavioral characteristics. This is evident in the way we feel and function in our day to day lives in the many different atmospheres we are in. Have you ever noticed the way you feel when you enter into a library or a large room of bodies studying? Doesn’t it psychologically make you feel as if you want to just pick up a book or begin being productive and start doing homework or study notes? This feeling is caused by the built environment of the particular space you are in and the vibes that are emitted from this area. This same concept is also true in different geographical and urbanized or suburban areas as well. For example, the built environment of Atlanta has a special and unique atmosphere that psychologically brings out different emotions and types of work ethics for individuals verses being outside of the metropolitan city area of Atlanta. There are various factors that contribute to a particular spaces built environment. A few of these contributing factors include the architectural structure of a space, the colors associated and themed in a particular environment; and the overall vibes a space emits due to the types of people around, location, and geographical setting. An experiment conducted by psychologists at the University of British Columbia took a look at how the color of interior walls influence the imagination. The results seemed to be noticeably understandable because of how these colors usually make us feel as well. Red was...

Atlanta, the City Made for Millennials

Atlanta, the City Made for Millennials             The rise and growth of a new generation heading into adulthood and taking control of vibrant new opportunities and stepping into the workforce is often fascinating to watch and know about. In particular, location is key into observing where the new up and coming generation is migrating and adapting to. Of the world today, Millennials are now the focus of all major cities and well-known companies because of the level of technology and young vibe that this generation can offer to booming cities. The built environment of the city of Atlanta offers a great outlet for Millennials to progress and adapt well to living and working in. The city of Atlanta is a major city and a main hub for many big corporations with an abundant amount of resources within the city that cater towards every age group, class, and ethnicity sector. Millennials however thrive and adapt to the built environment of Atlanta much more than any other group residing in the city. This will also affect the future of the city as well as the future generations wanting to migrate and experience living in the city as opposed to suburban areas of Georgia. The built environment of Atlanta is very attractive to Millennials because of the unique atmosphere the environment brings that is not found anywhere else throughout the state. Historically, the state of Georgia offers counties and neighborhoods that are majority white populated which are inevitably enclosed with aspects of conservativeness and unprogressive views. As the site The Millennial Legacy states in its article discussing progressive views of millennials, “In...

How Millennials Feel About the Built Environment of the City of Atlanta Analysis Draft

Working Draft of “Millennials Experience the Built Environment of Atlanta”   When you travel into different neighborhoods and experience the environment of various locations within the area you live in, how do you feel? How does different geographic neighborhoods make you feel and adapt? Urban city life is drastically different from suburban areas that are fifteen minutes from each...
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