I have done various amounts of work in the past two years, from coding html, to designing patches in Max, and even using all of the adobe suite programs. I have approached projects in different ways but my favorite is crowdsourcing like I did on the UMOtivators project. Crowdsourcing is the most interesting strategy in my opinion because the data comes from the users not the designers. I honestly believe that the best information and insights one learns from their project comes from people who are completely on the out side. With this said crowdsourcing opens up the project to literally as many people as it can which ultimately gives the designer as many insights as possible until he or she discovers the perfect idea or set up to solve the problem or complete their design. Crowdsourcing as a tool is incredibly helpful to designers and should be used in different ways on all projects to get the best results every single time. Seeing this work in New Media in the Aids coding Test and others has really opened my eyes up to crowdsourcing’s possibilities. In my own work I wish to use others to discover faults, overcome obstacles, and generally obtain the best results no matter what. I could do this skiing with finding out what media system works best for the mountain, with getting whether updates, or finding friends to ski with on the mountain and I would find the best aspect of media use on the ski mountain crowdsourcing out to the people who actually ski on the mountain. This makes the processes of improving much more personal for the people who crave the improvement making Crowdsourcing my favorite new Media Strategy.