About

digiPoem generates visual representations of poetry and other texts using folksonomic image tags.

digiPoem is designed to promote creativity and learning through a fun and engaging approach to poetry. Feel free to use it as a teaching and learning tool in the classroom, or simply as a new way to explore poetry.

Once you've created a digiPoem you can share it online or even email it to a friend with a personalised message.

This website has been tested across all major web browsers. It should work fine on a variety of devices from ipads to interactive whiteboards. No flash, registration, or additional plugin is required, however the site does require JavaScript to be turned on in your browser.

Images are powered by flickr.com, haiku provided by randomhaiku.com. Flickr's safe search is always on.

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All funds raised go towards maintaining and developing the site.


Version Log:

3.1 - Improved poem URL creation. Style updates.

3.0 - Redesign with HTML5/CSS3. All JS and PHP rewritten. Lots of features added including save, commenting and sharing options.

2.0 - Working version at dudeyjon.com/digipoem.

1.0 - Test suite version.