Comment to Jess and Sarah

Hi Sarah and Jess!
From watching and reading the concept of your video, I like how you both are experimenting with the idea of how writing has changed over the years. Your screen shots and music seem to flow well, and I like how you used Vimeo instead of YouTube. Maybe you could add video screen shots to add in to make the video more eye-catching; maybe even add more video shots of typing more information into the video to add to give the viewer more information on the topic you are displaying; with the end product, I think that your video will come into one good project.



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