Interior Built Environment Description: Center for Civil and Human Rights

The Center for Civil and Human Rights was established in 2007. It is located at 100 Ivan Allen Jr. Boulevard, Atlanta, GA 30313. The museum contains 3 floors each containing a different gallery. The first floor is dedicated to a collection gallery called the “Voice to the Voiceless: the Morehouse College Martin Luther King Jr.” The second floor is dedicated to a gallery for the civil rights called “Rolls Down Like Water: The American Civil Rights Movement.” The third floor is dedicated to a human rights gallery called “Spark of Conviction: The Global Human Rights Movement. The setup of the museum made it easier to understand each movement clearly. I enjoyed going to the museum because it gave me a better understanding of the civil and human rights movement. The museum presented many aspects of the movements that are not really known to many. It also shed light on aspects of the different movements that history books fail to teach us about. I also liked that the different galleries shed light on many of the people that contributed to the movements, not just the most known ones, such as Martin Luther King Jr. In my opinion, it is a good place for all ages to visit especially because of the setup. The galleries included many visual aspects, such as pictures and videos. The galleries also included interactive features, for example, the sit in simulation, that allowed people to get an experience of what it was like during the civil rights movement. The setup of the museum makes it very easy for people of all ages to experience and enjoy....

Formal BED- Digital Environment of Zoo Atlanta

From http://visitatlantasdekalbcounty.com/ As soon as I clicked on “www.zooatlanta.org,” the first thing that caught my eye on the home page was the large slideshow of pictures. It switched pictures automatically and showed a variety of designs, colors, and different animals. It was also bordered by colors in the range of yellow, green, white, and brown. Multiple links are posted around the page along with designs and pictures that seem to be both kid friendly and adult friendly. The majority of each page appeared to be fairly age and gender neutral. Additionally, there is easy access to each link, specifically the YouTube video, that is able to be viewed directly from the page that the reader is currently on. The words are also colored throughout the page to indicate that it is a link and can be clicked on. Each link under the drop-down menu displayed information in a clean and clear manner. The zoo hours and rates were all listed and different prices were organized by age and standings such as being a college student or member of the military. Tickets can also be easily purchased with a click of a button on the website as well as be purchased with a discount. Learning opportunities are also openly available for both children and adults through events and organizations that the zoo has to offer. The website, overall, seems to be easily accessible by any age, race, and gender with easy to read font styles, colors, and sizes. The pictures and designs throughout the webpage add more color and may attract the website’s visitors more. It has unique features that...
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