UT Dallas Students Discuss New Media Advertising and Mobile Technology

Last month, myself and other students from the University at Texas at Dallas students were involved in a recorded video discussion about today’s technology and how it’s being utilized to communicate with others. Among the topics discussed were online advertising, Apple vs. Google and html 5. Below is the set of vlogs that were posted online on CultureLab’s YouTube channel. I would like to thank Kevin Walker, owner of CultureLab, for putting this discussion together. What I like about CultureLab is that they predict consumer trends using intense cultural and behavioral research and build creative marketing communications and startegies to match them.

Apple vs. Google

HTML 5: Is Flash Still Relevant?

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I 'mFrankie De Sotoand I was born on the beautiful island of Puerto Rico. I graduated at the top of my class from the University of North Texas with a BA in Art and 2 minors in Marketing and Radio, Television, and Film. I have been doing graphic design for the past couple of years creating graphics for advertising, signs, brochures , and flyers but I decided to return to school to expand my knowledge into more new media applications such as web design, human /computer interaction, Flash animation and marketing communications. I graduated with an MFA in Arts & Technology at the University of Texas at Dallas. My current studies are focusing on social media and marketing communications which in part encouraged me to begin this blog as well as my love for Hispanic culture and online media practices.
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