Communications & Media

Simulate the World

Project by Oryem

Where I’m From

Video Poem by Oryem

I Draw Childhood Cancer

Angus Olsson Interview

Unlawful Policies

Research by Oryem

Future Cultures

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Peer Commentary 2

My second round of peer commentary was a lot more positive; I found the value in my comments was the praise given to things my peers had done well. as we were all concluding our digital artefacts, I felt no need to give any suggestion, we were all short on time to make serious changes…

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My Analytical framework

The Sims 4 My analytical framework consists of three key concepts: Simulation, Modification, and Paratext. The concept of simulation is important when we consider the Sims franchise. Besides the obvious example of virtual reality, it is not prominent to see a videogame simulate reality. Obvious examples include Cities Skylines and Truck Simulator; however, the Sims attempts to…

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Participatory Media Culture

The Sims 4 Discrete-Event System Simulation describes simulation as the ‘imitation of the operation of a real-world process’ (Banks 2005, p.4), as this directly relates to The Sims 4. Considering the participation elements of The Sims 4 I considered the analytical framework proposed by Reassens. Reassens explores the difference between “cultural participation and Participatory Culture. It is interesting…

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Located Parramatta

2150 NSW, Australia

Email: oryem@oryemajok.com

About Me

Hello, I am Oryem Ajok and welcome to my website. This website is an extension of myself, allowing me to communicate my knowledge and experience.

Without limiting my medium, in my work I aim to evoke an emotion out of the audience. I take an ambitious and experimental approach to ideating. However, it is through research my content is born… More

Oryem Ajok, image, LinkedIn

Oryem Ajok

Projects and Digital Artefatcs

UX Design
Plomo Prod
TNM Podcast


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