Shefali Hunjan

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Shefali Hunjan

(born 17th September 1995) is a undergraduate BSC Media Production student at De Montfort University (present to 2018). Shefali grew up in the heart of United Kingdom, London and recently moved to Leicester to complete her studies at De Montfort University. Shefali loves her course and the media world in general and she recently joined the media society and is now a fashion writer for the Demon Media magazine. Shefali loves blogging as well and has recently created a blog page for her social media and technology module at university, the blogspot page.


Shefali was born in Harrow, London and has lived there all her life where she attended Claremont High School for her early education and moved to Hatch End Sixth Form to continue her A Levels. Shefali studied A Level Media, Photography and Philosophy. Shefali produced a lifestyle fashion magazine for her A Level media coursework in which she received top grades in.

BSC Media Production

Shefali studies Media Production at De Montfort University, she received a conditional offer in December 2014 and she firmly accepted it in January 2015. Shefali enjoys university and her course, she is currently a fashion writer at Demon Media magazine and online and has written an article on How to look smart, sexy and casual at the same time.

How can one look perfect on a night out

Blog Posts

Entries featured from social media and technology TECH1002

Welcome blog post- Hey Guys October 16th 2015 hey guys

University and most importantly freshers! November 9th 2015 University and most importantly freshers

All about wiki! November 9th 2015 All about Wiki

Demon media and the socials!! 14th December 2015 Demon media and the socials!

Media, capture and processing: December 14th 2015 Media, capture and processing:

Social Media Coursework C

These entries feature the social media TECH1002 group project blogs.

Social media blog post 1 12th March 2016 : social media blog post 1

Blog 2, second step to success 13th March 2016 : Second step to success

Blog 3, taking it slow 14th March 2016 : Blog 3 taking things slow!

Blog 4, Keeping up with the group 14th March 2016 : Keeping up with the group

Blog 5, Testing out go pro camera as a group 15th March 2016 : testing and experimenting

Blog 6, Trip to Norwich 16th March 2016 : to Norwich and how it didn't work out

Blog 7, Shefali goes out and tries out the go pro for the first time 16th March 2016: tries out the go pro for the first time

Blog 8, How we should buy a go pro camera 16th March 2016 : After this social media project, everyone should buy a go pro camera

Blog 9, What go pro camera should you buy 17th March 2016 : which go camera should you buy

Blog 10, The final blog 18th March 2016 : The final blog, almost near the end

External links- links to social networking sites





Click hereto read Shefali's blog post and watch her short YouTube video about sugar in fizzy drinks and the against sugar tax campaign.


What is the big fuss about processed foods? Click to read what Shefali has to say about processed foods in general.

The continuation on the idea of sugar in fizzy drinks Continuing the sugary drinks debate.

All about QUORN Why is Shefali so against QUORN and why it should be removed from the supermarket shelves.

The truth about the fast food industry Click to read all about Mc Donalds and KFC Reflective video and blog post Click to read theories of mind-set and to watch Shefali's short 3 minute video.


Social media group fun project Click to read all about our group project.

Group elaboration Click to read the elaboration of the group.

Logo, logo logoo Click to be absolutely gobsmacked (sarcasm intended).

Social media Click to read about how we set up our social media pages.

What are my fav memes It is all in the title, click to read further.

Progress report Click to see what's been going on in this group.

Digital and food literacies Click to see me be a passionate researcher.

final involvement Click to read my final involvement in this group before I went onto doing my own thing.

Interactivity and participationClick to hear me rant.

three minute reflective video blog Click to watch my reflective video.