Learning the Basics of Computers

Computer Basics

When asking a random person about the parts of a computer, the first thing that comes to mind in the “computer screen”, the computer mouse, and the keyboard. I know this because I was one of those random people who knew nothing; yesterday to be exact. But the computer has developed over time to become one of the most innovative tech advance in the world. Such a development deserves proper acknowledgement and research. So I’ve taken the initiative to do the studying for you, thanks to an awesome book outline and website! The first element that should be identified is the Monitor, which uses a video card in the actual computer to display everything a user sees once they turn it on. This is mainly because this is the first thing a computer user sees.

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A basic user would say that the monitor (showing off in style) is what does all the work. However, the main focus is the Motherboard, holding all of the computer components found inside the computer case together. The Central Processing Unit or CPU, for starters, is what constantly processes every spec of data they gather and execute. Every search and action we make is accurately followed by the CPU. Working beside it is the Random Access Memory or RAM, which is stored information that can be retrieved at any moment. With RAM, a user and store info, take them back out, and use them whenever they need to. The amount of RAM in a computer depends on the purpose of the computer or its Operating System (OS). Another method of memory storage in a computer is the Hard Drive, which tangibly stores a user’s information rapidly even when the computer is shut off. There’s also the CD-ROM or DVD-ROM drives that reads media drives that can be removed. To put it in simpler terms, a computer can process CDs and DVDs.

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A basic computer is also capable to connect to extensions such as a mouse, a type of pointing device, and a keyboard, made to communicate and control the OS. Of course based on the type of computer, there’s much more accessories that are compatible. But a common PC – Personal Computer – usually needs just a keyboard and computer mouse to regularly function. With this much information on computer components, you should at least have a good enough understanding on its parts and overall purpose. Hope you enjoy this new knowledge! (Or don’t, I don’t dictate your life.)

The Magic of Web Animation

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In today’s time, the Internet truly is a dynamic place with vivid colors and many things in motion. There’s a never-ending list of all the possible ideas that can be brought to life via the Internet. That’s why as society progresses in technology, marketers strive to progress too. Before vibrant colors with brilliant graphics were the new fad for attracting target audience. But now web content doesn’t have to be static. With animated web content, many visions can be brought to life right before the beholder. Here’s how it works.

Animated web content, or web animation, are dynamic graphics that serve the purpose of catching the audience’s attention. These animations can draw attention to a certain concept, demonstrate a product, or promote a brand or company. There are various forms of web animations with even more ways to create them. Take for example the most common web animations one can find: loading screen. Web pages with loading screens can determine how it is seen by the user. It can be a simple loading screen that displays the gradual progression of the next web page’s arrival, or an eye-catching loading screen that will keep the user hooked on it while they wait for the next web page to load. Regardless, they all have no objective which is to inform and entertain the user while they wait. Other examples of web animation are interactive web buttons, animated banners ads, and animated storytelling. All of these can contribute to an engaging user experience that will reward you in user loyalty and audience growth. So how are these amazing web content made?

Here’s my old, choppy animation where it’s easy to locate the keyframes for the “boiling water”

Although animated web content can vary in complexity, they’re made in similar ways. First, web animators must determine which format works best with what they have planned. If the animated content is intended to be simple and something easily accessible, then GIFs, HTML & CSS, and JavaScript are some methods to consider. If the animated content is a bit more complex with little need to be accessed on mobile devices, then the animator can feel free to use formats such as SMIL. Each format carries their own pros and cons, but it’s important to decide based on a technical background and not a creative one. After getting said technicalities handled, animators can move onto the basics of their web animations. No matter what format will be used, all animated content will need a timeline filled with important key frames in it. The timeline of an animation is what displays each individual frame in the overall animation. From there, animators can edit each frame including their corresponding layers easily. Next are keyframes, which specify what the main sequences of motion are, including when it starts and when it stops. For an example, imagine a bouncing ball. Its main sequences of motion would be when it’s on a surface, at its peak height and at midrise/ mid fall. From there, animators can add frames that smoothly transition between all the keyframes, making one complete animation. Of course, there’s more to animation than keyframes and regular frames but it depends on the software and format the animator chooses to create with.

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With the Internet in motion, there’s a lot to discover about animated web content. As I scrolled through the various examples of web animation, I was fascinated by the engaging graphics that people have made. It can be compared to gazing at the digital advertisement in New York’s Time Square. Since there’s so many forms of animated web content, every web animator on a spectrum of skill level can create some form of web animation. Without a doubt, animated web content truly brings ideas and dreams to life for the world to marvel at. To discover more forms of web animation, click on this link. For information about animated web content, click on this link respectively. Enjoy!

The Dynamics of Web Animations

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Over the era of modern history, the Internet has expanded in various ways. Before it was only capable of very menial tasks, but today it’s so advanced that it’s became a necessity to millions of lives. The internet is a place where people can promote, express, and inform ideas and beliefs. Understanding that the Internet is a place frequently visited by billions of people worldwide, it’s no wonder the amount of advertisement shown increases each day. Web Banner ads are great for promoting brands, and with the help of certain browsers it can be shown to users within that business’ target audience. But for a banner ad to catch their audience’s attention, they have to out-shine all other competition. And this is where Animated Web Designers step in.

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Animated Web Designers are notorious for creating dynamic graphics using computer software. Just like the Internet, these designers can take on various types of jobs based on their work history. In terms of web banner ads, animated web designers are responsible for creating ads full of motion to entice their audience. These ads can be interactive, allowing the user to play around with what the ad has to offer. It can also be purely dynamic, with looping animations and emphasized messages. Whichever form of animated banner ad they chose to create, it’s definite to attract the common audience and promote their brand. Although Animated web design is a distinct form of web design, there doesn’t have to be designers that only specialize in that field. Animated Web Designers can also be referred to as Multimedia animators because they can be placed in virtually any digital field. They can find positions in gaming, mobile, or 3-D movie businesses working in the marketing and communication teams.

What Makes WordPress Stand Out?

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In this modern era, many people wish to announce their presence in this world. Whether it be to broadcast their life, share information about a certain topic, or promote a brand. Our society depends on social media and broadcasting media to connect everyone on this planet. As technology advances every day, it becomes more capable to accommodate our need to connect with others. This is especially so for creating personal websites, which can be done with a CMS. A CMS, or Content Management System, is a software used to manage and modify any digital content you own-such as a website. There are many CMS’s that are efficient as well as free, but the one we’ll be raising up on a pedestal today is WordPress!

WordPress was created in May 2003 to provide the general public with a software that can enable them to make fantastic websites, blogs, and more. By using WordPress, the individual has availability to hundreds of themes and styles to make the site of their dreams. On top of that, they’re able to properly update and manage the site internally and externally. WordPress is so simple that you don’t need a management group for the website, it’d simple enough to be managed by one person alone!

Now it may sound like some sort of ad in the way I’m so heavily promoting WordPress, but there’s a reason why so many people depend on it for their websites. In fact, according to recent studies WordPress powers over 38.8% of all websites across the internet. There’s justification to such dependency as well; where else would one go to for a power software that offers themes, plugins, and much more for free? Today, one doesn’t require knowledge in web development to create effective and appealing websites. The most knowledge that one would need to acquire would be knowing what styles and graphics would best fit your target audience’s appeal.  Whether you’re an amateur or a professional, WordPress allows everyone to create sites within the same caliber of quality, and it can be done on any device as well!


Considering this is a post on WordPress, it’s easy to assume that anyone who comes across this already has a level of dependency on this amazing software. But if you ever doubt WordPress’s capability or wish to venture out and see what truly makes this software so special, feel free to check out these websites about WordPress and their overwhelming popularity for more information. Enjoy!

My Experiences with Adobe Dreamweaver

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As I have set countless times in countless blogs, web developing isn’t easy. It takes a lot of skill to create a website that’s equally attractive and efficient. Because of current technology, the general population is easily able to create websites of their own with companies like Word Press or Wix to help them. But for the professionals, web development doesn’t start with pretty template but HTML and CSS. This requires the proper software to begin coding, and today we’ll be focusing on a particular software. And the software of the hour is Adobe Dreamweaver!

Dreamweaver is an adobe software that specializes in creating and managing websites and web applications. It’s able to produce content suitable for any device and includes a sufficient number of tools and templates to allow web developers to make amazing web pages without much hassle. I’ve had my own experiences with Dreamweaver, using it to create a landing page for a mobile app. And while I lack enough knowledge in HTML and CSS to use the software to its full capacity, I can say that it is a software that gets the job done. There were many features that I was relieved to have access to. The first feature that the most useful was their real-time browser preview. Being able to code and see it appear instantly on the software without having to preview it on a browser every time made developing very time efficient. Another life saver was of course the different templates available. As a beginner at web development, I did try to start coding the web page from scratch. But after countless syntax errors and wonky results, I finally tried by eyes for a template. They’re really helpful at speeding up the process of building a website and allows amateur developers to get used to the different elements of HTML and CSS. And lastly, the pre-codes styles and HTML elements. Having such a convenient tool on hand really cuts the tedious work in half. Because of the simplicity of my landing page, there wasn’t much for me to explore and use but I certainly appreciated its availability.

Now that I’m done giving off the facade of me swooning over the software, let it be known that I had an absolute horrible time using it. This was partially because of my inexperience and partially because Dreamweaver isn’t really amateur-friendly. It took a ton load of tutorials and question forums just to achieve the basic result I was striving for. During my struggle to create a simple landing page, I found certain features of Dreamweaver that needed work. The first feature would be the real-time browser preview. As convenient as it seems, the software’s real-time preview doesn’t match the final result of your web page when uploaded to a web browser. Many fellow students admitted that in order to fix their web page on the web browser, they had to adjust it to the point where it looked wrong on the software’s preview. It’s really counterintuitive and can make a web developer disoriented. Another issue was when encountering errors. With other adobe software, if a user does something incorrect, they would receive an error sign to explain why they won’t achieve what they’re attempting. Now Dreamweaver does have a syntax checker that immediately notifies you when the input codes are wrong. Yet certain elements that you try to embed doesn’t receive said error signs when they’re embedded incorrectly. What may be common sense for the software may not be so common to the user.


As stated before, I had trouble with Dreamweaver simply because I’m bad at it (there, I admitted it). But it is a great software to use for web development, and the satisfaction I got when my landing page was finally coming together was astronomical. I recommending to those who would like to test it out and see what amazing website they create. For more information about Adobe Dreamweaver and its features, check out the link I placed. Enjoy!

The Skill of Making Web Banner Ads

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We are in an era of globalization, which is further enabled via technology. Connected through the Internet or social media, every individual wishes for their voice to be heard. Everyone has something to say, something to promote. This goes especially for those trying to sell their brand to people across the world, and boy must they have something important to share! On every web page, social media page, broadcasted media, there you’ll find an advertisement for a company. No one can escape advertisements, more so on the Internet. It’s gotten to the point where ads will take up so much space on a web page, it begins to cover the main content of the website. But enough of my personal laments, because these advertisements or web banner ads are created for grabbing the audience’s attention. So in this post we’re going to cover the make up of these banner ads and who harbors the skills to create them.

What are Web Banner Ads?

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To start off, web banner ads are a collection of graphics made to promote a business through digital media. It’s known to be pretty affordable and effective in its use. Banner ads are perfect for increase awareness in a company which leads to an increase of sales. They come in a variety of shapes and sizes that can be placed along the outskirts of the webpage’s main content. A web banner ad usually consists of an image, the business name or logo, a message, and then a Call to Action (CTA) mechanic. These elements help attract users to the ad and eventually compel them to check out more of what the banner ad has to say. Banner ads are very basic in concept and can virtually be created by anyone (if you have the skill, of course). Despite that, many suggest that hiring a professional if you prefer highly attractive and effective banner ads for your business.

Web Banner Ad Specialists

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If you want to find professional designers for web banner ads, look no further to Marketing designers. These marketing designers work alongside their client and plan out the most effective methods to promoting the client’s brand. Because specializes in most digital and printing designs, web banner ads are no challenge for them. Web banner ads can be static, with only images and icons, or dynamic, with gifs or videos. For these kinds of banner ads, one would need proficient skills in HTML and graphic design since banner ads have to be just as a effective as it if attractive. A gorgeous ad can be just as easily ignored if it doesn’t properly grab the user’s curiosity. But banner ads that are equally attractive and user-friendly promises good results for a business.

Career Path for Banner Ad Designers

Luckily for said businesses, it’s not difficult to find web banner designers and it’s not hard to accept jobs in digital marketing. Many people search for Graphic Designers on websites like Fiver or Monster that have skills in design strategy and digital marketing. On Fiverr people will pay as little as $5 dollars for a Graphic Designer to make them banner ads. On the other hand, companies can rely on job searching sites for Graphic Designers. They would also hire you under the position of a Graphic Designer or a Digital Marketing Designer. There the pay is significantly better, even if it’s not initially specified upon applying for the job. They can either earn over $25 hourly, or have a flat fee between $100-$800 for a collection of banner ads. Of course, it all varies on the quality of banner ads and the demands of the client. There’s a lot to learn about web banner ads, so feel free to do your own research if you’re interested. You can start with the websites I found on Web Banner Ads and their Designers. Enjoy!

The Importance of Wireframes

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As I mentioned countless times before, web development takes a lot of skill and planning. Although there’s new ways for anyone to make a website, there’s still techniques that must be mastered to create something functional and appealing. Certain aspects such as design, user-interaction, and effectivity must be taken into consideration when developing a web page for a broad audience. But before a web developer worries about such things, they must start with the web page’s most basic form: its layout. You can’t necessarily think about colors, typography, and CTAs without knowing what the web page or app is going to look like. This is where wireframes steps in, which what I’ll be lightly discussing in this post!

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Wireframes are simple design layouts meant to show the structure and information that will be displayed, as well as the overall direction of a user’s interaction with it. Wireframes can vary in complexity and style, but most recommend creating low-fidelity outlines instead. They can very easy to design if you already pictured the format of your web page or app and can be altered as you continue to gain more information about your users. You don’t need to add much colors, graphics, or even text that you’ll add in, just simple placeholders resemble what will later on replace it. Use greyscale colors for simplicity and limit yourself to two fonts of different type to portray certain blocks of text (title, headings, paragraphs, etc.). Before you know it, you’ll have multiple wireframes of each aspect of your web page or app, and you’ll be ready to start developing the final product.

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Wireframes are beneficial for everyone involved in developing the web page or app, including the client. It allows one to communicate the ideas for design and interaction with the rest of the team, so that the developers know what to code and consider what should be responsive. Wireframes also allows you to properly consider the main purpose and goals of the web page or app. This will certainly grant you an efficient website that will quickly receive positive feedback. There are many free software that specialize in helping you create quick and simple wireframes for any device. Hopefully this will encourage you to use wireframes for future development projects. If you wish to learn more about how to create wireframes and why it’s important, check out the links respectively. Good luck!

UX/UI Design & A/B Testing

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Remember when the internet and web development was a complicated thing that was only reserved for geeks and nerds. I don’t since I never lived in a time where the internet was a mystical and intricate subject, but we don’t have to have that mindset anymore. Now with user-friendly programs, anyone can access the internet to create their own web pages. This makes it not only easier for people to publicly express themselves but can be an enjoyable activity. However, this is only possible for common citizens who aren’t fully knowledgeable on web development. As mentioned in past blogs, web development is a very complex thing, both in technical and creative aspects. In this post I’m going to elaborate more by discussing what UX/UI designing is, as well as how A/B testing works.

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When creating a web page, a web developer can’t think of designing as pretty color palettes and fancy decoration fonts. They also have to consider how it interacts with the user, and if it properly accomplishes its goal of attracting the user who lands upon it. This is where UX Design, or User Experience Design steps in. UX Design visualizes all the possible interactions between the user and the web page’s elements. It focuses less on visual appeal and more on functionality and quality, which is why UX design can be used with any product, virtual or not. On the other hand, we have UI Design, or User Interface design. Unlike UX design, UI design is a digital term because it focuses on the user’s experience with the web page via visual appeal instead of technical elements. This is where graphics, typography, layout, and responsiveness come in to web development. UX design and UI design often get mixed up because of how intermingled their tasks are. To make it easy to understand, I like to think of UX design being responsible for an attraction ride functioning properly as it carries their users along, so the users and ride comfortably. And UI design uses visuals to attract the user and help guide their attention through the ride.

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Along with UX/UI Design, there’s A/B Testing or Split Testing. It’s a simple process that can help a web developer design a web page that works best. They start off by taking their own webpage and creating modifications (big or small) to make a different version of the page. Then a random selection of users will receive either of the versions, similar to an experiment with a control variable and testing variables. From there, how the users interact with the page is recorded and analyzed by a statistical engine which will allow the web developer to see whether each variation brings negative or positive change. These tests can be done each modification at a time until it’s combined to make an overall improved web page. Performing A/B Tests can help increase your webpage’s user-experience and find out what elements are more respondents and why for future projects. There are many companies that are willing to help you test your web page, one of which is who I used for information about A/B Testing.


Since web developing is a digital job, it can be done remotely or at a corporation. Many employers looking for UI/UX Designers are very specific about what they want in their employee. Some hire designers based on skill level (Junior or Senior designer) others on specific platforms (Mobile, Desktop, etc.), and some hire people who are capable of leading the project. Though there’s a lot of programs that allows users to create their own website without proper knowledge of web development, many businesses depend on skill graphic designers for professional products. Some of the qualifications that employers ask of is a portfolio of your work, a certain amount of years of experience, knowledge in web, mobile, and interactive design principles. I hope all of this information assisted in improving your skills and the quality of your web developments. To learn more about UX/UI Designing and A/B Testing, check out the links given respectfully. As always, good luck!

Page Size Optimization & Digital Graphics

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A website is more than just links, graphics, and words. There’s another side of web development that makes the page more user-friendly. A website can’t only look functional, it has to work functional as well. And that includes what is added to the web page. When a web page is slow, it doesn’t matter how amazing it looked (or could’ve looked) because humanity no longer has the time to wait a few seconds for a digital location rich in information. This is what makes Page Size Optimization so important, as it directly effects the size of your web page along with the time it takes to load for a user. I’ll also cover the type of digital graphics that can be inserted in to a web page and how it’s efficiently used.

Managing the Page Weight

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To start off, we need to know what Page Size Optimization it. It’s the practice of managing the weight or size of a web page by its amount of content in order for it to keep its functionality. Think of it as a wheelbarrow being pushed up a hill. It does its job well at holding objects, but the heavier the items inside the wheelbarrow, the harder it will take to reach the top of the hill. This of course results in a slower time to push the wheelbarrow. A web page can only load so much content at a time, which is something that a user is quick to notice. To reduce the page weight and speed up loading time, try to remove excessive custom fonts. Of course, custom fonts add uniqueness and originality to a web page, but it carries a lot of weight which adds up to your overall page size. Therefore, it’s best to also limit the number of custom fonts you use to at least two. If you can’t bear to let them go, many web developers recommend making WOFF2 files. It converts your custom font to the most efficient format for browsers, which helps reduce the weight of your web page. Another thing that can reduce the page weight would be to limit the sizes of your images. The dimensions of an image should never be bigger than its container. You can make the size to fill up the entire container if you wish, but never make it bigger. To help with the image’s file size, you can also compress the image, which shrinks the image even more.

Digital Graphics for Web Pages

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To add on to images in a web page, it’s important to know when it’s best to use JPG, GIF, PNG, should be used in a web page. To start off, JPG have always been the first file type to depend on for web images. They allow raster editing and compression, which helps them download easier. Next, there’s GIF, or Graphics Interchange Format. It’s a raster format that is used for animated graphics and comes with customization settings which could help reduce the file size. It’s best to use it when you need a web animation that’s a small file and allows transparency. Lastly, there’s PNG, or Portable Network Graphic. It’s also a raster format that comes with transparency and a higher color depth. PNGs have currently taken the crown for the best file to use when needing high-quality web graphics that are still small in file size. 


Overall, web development can be very methodical, so I hope this collection of information helped clear things up. If you couldn’t tell, I am not a professional web developer, so I too had to research information on it. If you would like to learn more about Page Size Optimization and when to use Digital Graphics, check out the links respectively. Good Luck!

Target Audience

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A universal accomplishment is having global internet access available to any user who can afford the resources. What once was a luxury that could only be afforded by the few wealthy is now a privilege for all. And as great as it sounds, we have a tendency of never being completely satisfied with what we acquire. Before, the internet was filled with pages that didn’t have enough information. But now the internet is filled with pages that are…a bit unappealing. It could be the level of vocabulary is too advanced or vague to comprehend, or layout and design is too distracting and makes the information hard to read. Regardless, at times like this where we have abundant access to information, it makes sense to dismiss these types of websites in for something “better”. This is because if a web page is unappealing to you, it either means the site was put together with a certain audience in mind or completely disregarded who their target audience could be. And with that being said, this is how well go into properly determining target audiences for web pages.

Understanding the Purpose or Brand

When making a web page with a specific purpose or brand, you must ask yourself what the web page would be for, and who would need it? Who would be interested in the topic of your web page? Is it offering something that they might need? You can’t expect people against animal cruelty at a site that speaks on trophy hunting. Imagine who would be interested in your topic and brand when formatting and designing the web page. If you feel that your web page will mainly attract enthusiastic sport hunters or even those interested in taxidermy, then narrow down your target audience from there. Once you know what your web page will be about and you get a basic idea of who’d be interested, then it’ll be easier to picture your particular target audience.

Researching Demographics

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Now that you have a general idea of the audience you’ll likely receive, it’s time to research the demographics of the audience. Finding data on the demographics will better help you determine how to set up and design your web page. This would include one’s age, sex, marital status, occupation, and more. Of course, is isn’t easy to find the exact demographics of your target audience but gaining a few information about who would be interested in your web page will definitely help boost your SEO (Search Engine Optimization). If your target audience falls around men who are middle aged or already retired, ages will range from their 40s to early 60s. This data alone can already make you settle on a text in big and easy-to-read fonts, with colors that are easy on the eyes. But of course, don’t just stop at age ranges. Web designing professionals look into, location, general hobbies, lifestyles, and current trends they may share. Of course, some of that information is closer to psychographics, but the more info the better.


As simple as it sounds, it takes a lot of research and site testing to ensure that the web page is ready for the public. It may take weeks or even a few months before you feel like you’ve matched your web page with your target audience. But even if it’s easier said than done, it can still be done. All it takes is meticulous care and a lot of patience. I hope this information can assist on finding and locking onto your target audience. For more information, feel free to check out this website on honing in on your target audience. Enjoy!

New Changes, New Challenges

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Life is never a straight path, nor does it show favoritism to anyone. Therefore, to keep up with life’s fluidity, we as people have to adapt to every challenge and new situation we encounter. In this year, the world is experiencing a situation that obligates everyone to change their lifestyle and adapt to new circumstances. As you may have guessed, I am referring to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Being a student, this has been a blessing as much as a hindrance to my daily life. So, for this post I’ll be getting a bit personal as I explain how being a virtual student has affected the aspects of what “school” is supposed to be.

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Knowing 2020 was going to be the start of my last year as a high schooler, I had many plans for myself. Extracurricular classes, sponsored tours, voluntary trips, family visits, and the like. I wanted my senior year to be more easy-going and rewarding for all the accomplishments I’ve earned throughout high school. But when everything got cancelled or rescheduled, I realized that my life was going in a completely different direction. Instead of being on the beaches of Turk and Caicos with family, I was quarantined at home while taking online dual enrollment classes. And now that school starts again, being a student becomes something a bit more complicated. Instead of teachers and staff working with students to stay focused and productive, us students are now 100% responsible for themselves. And while that’s nothing to feel stressed about, it does get frustrating when it’s hard to be productive at home with other residents of your home. Many students struggled with procrastination or house duties that kept them from doing their academic works. And there were others that had questions and concerns that couldn’t be answered well enough or in time. Without the abundance of resources and assistance from experienced adults, students were left disoriented and hopeless.

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In turns of teachers, it’s clear to see that they have their own set of challenges as well. Many good teachers see their job not as an obligation, but as a passion. As much as they wanted to see their new students this school year, they understood the importance of public safety. Now teachers have to use unfamiliar technology and change their curriculum to something more fitting for online schooling. As simple as it sounds, not everyone is tech savvy and not every digital resource is user-friendly. Troubles with digital classes has led to websites crashing, glitching, and missing important information. Moreover, it must be stressful to work in new conditions where there’s pressure from administrations and the parents of students. What once was a job of educating and inspiring new generations could turn out to be a job of lecturing and handing out assignments to keep school simple and efficient during such stressful times.


It’s not easy for anyone, but it is possible to overcome. Now with online schooling, patience and consideration is the best thing we can do for each other at the moment. Though it’s frustrating and cumbersome, I still hope for a good school year. And that maybe, the next year will be the redemption year for us all.