Digital: Living Walls Digital Record #3

This is a screenshot of part of “The Artists” tab. This page is easy to maneuver and very simple, yet informative. There are ninety-five artists, so the sheer size of the list shows viewers how many different artists have contributed to the Living Walls movement. Each of these names can be clicked on and in doing so, photographs of their work appear as the background, their hometown and more information about who they are as an artist are listed. These artists come form all over the world. As I explored this page I noticed there were people from Russia, France, The United States, Italy, South Africa, Israel, Argentina, Switzerland and so many more. Below is a shot of one of the artist’s pages....

UPS and Their Great Diversity

I started my internet stalking at three in the evening, I made sure to give myself tie to look over every aspect of this page. As usual, the company logo appears as the page loads up. You see the symbolic brown and yellow on their banner stretched across the home page. The first image to truly catch my eye was this picture of a plane’s engine. I believe that it was the right engine if I am not too sure. This plane’s engine could mean that UPS does not only work on the ground, but also delivers airmail. I believe it can also show that they are international which means that they have a big diversity group. I continue to look around the home page and there is a tool bar on the left which basically goes over shipment, package tracking and pick-up. I love how you do not need to go through many pages just to track your package because you can simply just type in your tracking number in the box to your left. This would be great for seniors or an other person who may not be as tech savvy as some people.  If you want to keep up with the latest new on UPS it is also right there on the front page. Some websites require you to do a bit of digging to find an article related to the company. So, in order to find out more about the “isms” I had to do some searching because I did my annotated bibliographies on disabled people. I did not find any pictures of disabled people, but...

MAC’s Members: Digital Artifact #1

Retrieved from MAC’s “Member” page This screen shot is intended to represent the members within Metro Chamber Atlanta’s company. Depicted here are 11 individuals, of the 11 five are female and six are black. They all look roughly between early 20’s to possibly early 30’s. In my opinion, MAC is trying to give off the message that their company is diverse....

UPS Website Diversity

  I was very pleased with this picture. When looking over this picture, you can notice that is a ton of diversity throughout the group of people. Also, there are a lot of women in the picture.  I believe in fact that there are more women than men in the picture. This is a great shock to me because you never see too many women associated with business. Especially, on a website that seems as if it is geared toward men, doing the “hard labor” of transporting parcels across the globe. There are five visible women and two men in the picture. Maybe, this is sending a message that women are more likely to work at UPS than men or just women take control of the business end of the company. Although. the caption above it expresses partnerships with the company, maybe there is a rise in women who are entrepreneurs or small business owners. This is also a first in websites for me that has an Asian person in there company stock photos. I wonder why that is so...
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