Monthly Archives: March 2016

My first week at MAD

Since starting at MAD, I already feel like I have learned a lot of things. For starters, before coming to MAD I had little to zero knowledge of Adobe Premiere Pro. I haven’t had a huge amount of time on … Continue reading

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About myself

Name: Matthew Hayes. School: Dylan Thomas community school. Last place of study: I went to Rathbone engagement program for 5-6 months. While I was there I completed my entry level 3 English, entry level 3 maths and my entry level 3 … Continue reading

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‘At least 31 dead’ in Brussels Bombings

According to Belgium’s prime minister, 11 people were killed in the first attack at Brussels airport this morning. It was then reported that a further 20 people died at the second bombing at the Metro. Other sources are claiming that … Continue reading

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Brussels Bombings Atrocity

Three explosions took place this morning at 0700 GMT and 0800 GMT. The incidents causing the closure of the Belgium capital Brussels.Two explosions took place at Zaventem Airport in the departure hall.Firefighters report that at least 21 people have died.There … Continue reading

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News Article

Brussels Zaventem airport and metro explosions

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wednesday

Today I used paint.net to create a article about phones and their hardware. While doing this I learned some of the hotkeys for Paint.net and how to better use Photoshop I also learned about phonographs. I have made many changes to … Continue reading

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Fairtrade smartphones poster

I completed a poster stating the plight of exploitation in the creation of smart phones.It offered ethical alternatives.Professional designs are split into columns and rows.Differences in fonts and colours are used.The final draft was more professional than the first. Draft … Continue reading

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