A New Era: The Modernization of the Washington Post

For a newspaper that has been in circulation for well over a century, twenty years is relatively short. But in that time, the Washington Post has launched its website and molded it into a news hub read around the globe. Many different circumstances led the Post shift its focus its digital presence, but all of […]

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Annotated Bibliographies

1) Goff, Steven. “D.C. United Stadium Plans Taking Shape at Buzzard Point.” Washington Post. The Washington Post, n.d. Web. 05 Oct. 2016. This article from the Washington Post is a background source, giving me insight to the future of Buzzard Point. A brand new soccer field has been approved to be built, replacing the old […]

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The Metropolitan Police Department’s Vibrant Digital Presence

In contrast to the actual building itself, which is a boring, unremarkable box in the heart of Judiciary square, the website of the Metropolitan Police Department is a vibrant, expansive, and useful tool to help the people of the District of Columbia. The website — which is an offshoot of the greater dc.gov website, has […]

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A Simple and Revolutionary Design: The WeWork Website

As I entered the WeWork Wonder Bread Factory building, inspiration overtook me. I was surrounded by modern-graphic art, and young workers ready to take on the world. When I entered the WeWork Wonder Bread Factory website, I felt the same feeling as when I walked into the building itself. By simply being in the building, […]

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Better Online? An Optimistic Analysis of the FBI Headquarters Website

  The website that represents the arguably most well-known crime fighting organization outweighs its expectations, painting the best possible picture of the FBI Headquarters. The site is riddled with information about how the Headquarters fights against terrorism, and helps the country during times of national crisis. Not to mention, the website emphasizes promoting their social […]

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7th Flats at Progression Place: The Bozzuto Website

     The 7th Flats at Progression Place are built by the Bozzuto Construction company. Bozzuto displays an organized, neat, well-oriented website for the 7th Flats. The website states its purpose clearly: sell apartments. Also, the words “7TH FLATS” is written capitalized, which basically are the first words the viewer reads when opening the website. […]

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Ben’s Chili Bowl: Serving Chili and Disconnecting From History

While the website for the historic Ben’s Chili Bowl showcases the restaurant’s adaptation to the new technological times, it fails to reflect a sense of the past in the present and show Ben’s ties to the U Street community. A simplistic design allows the owners to communicate their love of food and tradition while creating […]

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