One thing you should know about me is that I consider myself as an optimistic individual in anything I do. Whether it’s drawing, playing a video game or even something as basic such as cooking. However, I do have my moments where I’m ready to throw in the towel and give up. Being in college has helped me realize that with each new course – there will be moments where I’m struggling and I’ve been met with plenty of those moments during my time here at York, but the most important thing is that I never backed down and this class is no exception.
Coming into CT 101, I honestly wasn’t intimidated by the use of equipment such as the computer programs or the overall context of the course. I’ve taken various courses in York that require the use of such programs like Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, and other formats of digital media. Professor Ryan’s descriptions of the assignments made them sound intriguing. I was actually excited about the types of activities and projects we’re gonna be involved with. When it comes to anything technical, I’m always up for a challenge and I see it as an opportunity to hone my skills and get better and better.
I know that these assignments will get a bit more tricky as the semester progresses, but given that we’re still moving throughout a digital world and that society is only getting more advanced everyday – working from these projects can only benefit me as well as my colleagues in our own creative interests. Some may disagree with me…
However, in a nutshell – I’m ready for a good semester and I’m hoping to learn many new things going forward. To my fellow classmates, just know – we got this!