Saying goodbye is never easy, and it’s even harder to do when you don’t want to leave. Unfortunately, my time here at Lethbridge living is coming to an end, and during these final hours I am given the opportunity to reflect on the wisdom and experience I have gained over the past four months.
It's an exciting future for magazines. As the technology gets better, so does the publishing. Today's digital magazines are not just text and pictures; they integrate multimedia platforms from which the audience gathers information through cutting-edge designs, incredible photography, interactive graphics, and progressive content.
As my final semester winds down to the last projects of my college career, I begin to notice a trend occurring in the work I am producing. No longer am I mulling over comas and periods, stressing over past and present tense, or obsessing over proper attribution and spelling, now my focus has been drawn towards the final product. I am being pulled in with graphics, photos, fonts, and all the other elements used in creating magazines and newspapers. A little time and a lot of experience have given me the confidence to refine my work beyond my words by using imagination, innovation, and creativity to tell informative and engaging stories.