One can even relate this web-like structure to many editable social media sites. Everyone has their
own take on the content whether that be pictures or text and the underlying structure holds it together
so that it is easily accessible by the user. In this sense there are infinite combinations of
information as new media continues to be poured into the site. A video game "Disney Infinity" also takes
advantage of people's creativity and this toolbox notion where users can build their own world much input in
the same way one plays with legos.It would be really cool if the web-like architecture of creativity could
be visualized better.
Although art.yale.edu is very collaborative and tactile website, I found it difficult to find relevant information when all of the pages were so vastly different than anything I had encountered before. It is more of a piece of digital art rather than an informative site where students can access content they need. I wish that the main pages, the homepage in particular, was structured to visually highlight important links such as "Summer Programs," "Admissions," etc. while keeping the liveliness of the site. Right now I'm drawn backward into the page via the background image and it is hard to pull back to the surface to read the text.