Content.photojojo.com. (2016). The Ultimate Guide to Vine: Pro-Tips, Awesome Ideas, and Who to Follow! | Photojojo. [online] Available at: http://content.photojojo.com/inspiration/websites/the-ultimate-guide-to-vine/ [Accessed 2 Apr. 2016]. Similar to the previous reference, this article I also came across helped re-establish how we used the digital platform and how we interacted with it. Its similarities include the recommendations of other vine personalities to look into and made examples of their vines. The article also outlined some helpful tips when it came to editing and aided…

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Knowles, B. (2009). Halo. [iTunes Track] US: Columbia. This track was used in the creation of content for our digital artefact Us Takes Uni. Although we only used a tiny snippet of the music, I felt the need to reference it and give credit where due. In the vine comparing carpooling on the way to university versus carpooling home, this song played as the boys sang along. It is a feel-good and powerful song known by many due to the celebrity…

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Vine. (2016). Vine Guidelines and Rules. [online] Available at: https://vine.co/rules [Accessed 31 Mar. 2016]. In order to create both quality content and ethical content I felt it was important to adhere to the rules and guidelines set out by the platform we would be utilising. In order to do so, I accessed the webpage cited above in order to see clear regulations and standards that needed to be met. It was an interesting read that allowed me to come to terms…

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Vine. (2016). How To. [online] Available at: http://help.vine.co/howto [Accessed 31 Mar. 2016]. This was a How To webpage hosted on the Vine website that summarised the key elements and processes of how the platform works. The information gathered from this webpage highlighted specific techniques, tools and skills that I would need to use in order to make quality content or ‘vines’. It explained in clear detail how I would be to upload and create the content on the mobile application itself…

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I’m Gonna Be (500 Miles). (1988). [iTunes Track] UK: Chrysalis. This iconic song is widely known and we felt it was perfect to fit the context of our first vine. The first video content for our digital artefact was about following the line that the mobile app Lost on Campus uses to find your way around campus, and we used this song assuming that people would even associate just the intro chords with walking five hundred miles. Our first vine…

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