Christopher Tillman Neal
I am driven by user experience and the architecture of participation, while still maintaining my fun, gregarious personality.
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Welcome! This class is going to be fun and enriching, but the success of the experiment depends on what you contribute to the intellectual community. I enjoyed this course during my tenure at Berkeley, and I have no doubt that you will enjoy it a much as I did. At the same time that we're adjusting to new roles as learners, we're also attempting to learn and use new online communication media at a furious pace. By the end of the semester, you will know how and understand what circumstances to use forums, blogs, comments, wikis, chats, and microblogging. Have fun!
Promotional Event Experience (Rockstar) 5-6 Years Experience , (Currently in use) - Davis Athletic Club Commercial (Actor). - New Balance Promotional Event (Brand Ambassador). - Cartoon Network (Brand Ambassador). - Coke Zero (Brand Ambassador). - Comcast Nickelodeon (SpongeBob Squarepants Costume Handler). - Dole Fruit Juice Promotion (Site Lead). - Watchmen Movie Launch Promotion (Brand Ambassador) - Durex (Brand Ambassador) - Hennessy Promotion (Assistant Logistics Manager) - Mentos Gum Promotional Event (Brand Ambassador) - Social Marketing Book Launch for celebrity Berkeley and Stanford Professor, Howard Rheingold (Online Campaign Manager for Net Smart). - Rock -n- Roll Marathon Event (Videographer/Digital Media). Chinese Mandarin
Christopher Tillman Neal Seattle, WA | 510.926.5417 | email@example.com I am driven by the sociology of computer-mediated communication with a solid understanding that focusing on the user optimizes user experience. Personal Traits : Self-starter with an ability to work cross-functionally with a proven track record of driving results.
Jenny Preece , University of Maryland Baltimore County. firstname.lastname@example.org Seminar on People, Computers, and Design Stanford University October 13, 2000 Like twentieth-century architects and town planners, online community developers shape digital landscapes, but successful online communities also need a purpose, people and policies.
Why is having a social media policy in place so critical? Because virtually 100% of companies are now involved in social media—whether they acknowledge it or not. Even without any formal plan to use social media, every organization with more than a handful of employees (and many under that benchmark) is present in social media because people are talking about them. If no one else is discussing a company, its employees almost certainly are. Half of all Americans are now members of at least one social network, and that figure rises to 67% for 25- to 34-year olds.
Virtual Communities, Social Media & Virtual Worlds