Check out my first, latest, and greatest screencast!!!!
Making the actual screencast was pretty simple. Screen-O-Matic’s website is pretty simple to navigate. I was able to do the screencast in one take. I analyze two eportfolios. First by Sarah Faye Garcias who’s page is a little background of what she is interested in and what she is involved in. The second eportfolio is that of Glenn B. Foxson, a meteorologist from Pittsburg, Pa. On his page, Glenn gives weather forecasts for the Pittsburgh area.
Overall, the screencast went well. It’s an in-depth critical review of the two eportfolios. As a viewer, I think it’ll give them tips on how to make an eportfolio as professional looking as possible. It shows what things to look for when choosing a theme and format for an eportfolio. On Glenn’s page, I comment on how his color theme is a bit hard on the eyes. viewers will learn to not use certain color combinations. On Sarah’s page, I discussed that overall her color scheme is good but I thought that the purple was a bit out of place. I failed to mention that the fact that there are two ways to scroll adds level of complexity to the page that could confuse some viewers. Also on Glenn’s page, there are a couple of broken links which is a BIG red flag on a website.
I hope this review will help my audience to either start screencasting, build a website, and also know what to do and not to do on their own websites.
Stay tuned for my latest weather forecast coming out this afternoon!