Monday, August 13, 2018

ACO 2.0 - Market Shifts

A market is a family/category of something that can be sold. For an example, the computer market, it changes all the time with new technology like superior specifications. All markets shift, food markets shift because of how they are made, sold, traded. Technology markets shift because of better specs. Audio and video markets shift all the time with the resolution improvements and recording improvements. Monitors and televisions are also getting higher quality displays, so more people can see higher quality. Audio is getting improved by upgrading older models of headphones and speakers, the output of most audio in technology now is way clearer than before.

I want to greatly improve my coding from beginner to expert, learning it would really make me happy because one of my dream jobs is to create video games, it would be nice to make some by myself. I think coding is probably going to make me successful later in life, but if I learn it now I could get small jobs of creating programs for people and their companies. Coding will probably be very useful in about 5-10 years, everyone needs professional programs to show off what their products are, people will try to get that all the time, coding is also helpful for engineering, the job that I want to do.

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ACO 2.1 Analyze how shifts in market affect changes to media and design.
ACO 2.2 Evaluate how changing communication needs of a market are addressed by media and design.
ACO 2.3 Propose media and design solutions that address the changing needs in global markets.

1 comment:

  1. Hi Edouard! I REALLY enjoyed the texture drawing! I thought it was fantastic and very creative! Some things I'd like to point out though, is wording sentences a little better( Such as sentence 2 in paragraph 2), and the small grammatical error in paragraph one( "... sound is getting clearer IN clearer..."). But overall, I understood the message you were trying to convey, and really enjoyed reading it! I think coding is an awesome skill, and I encourage you to pursue it! keep it up!

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