This class is meant to be a continuation of 007D. This means that, if you’ve had 10 hour of experience toying with HTML and CSS, you’ll probably be fine. Make sure you are familiar with the concepts covered in 007D. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me directly.
USB Thumb Drive
We'll be using the computers in the Mac lab, and
these will be used to transfer your files to your
laptop or home computer. Even a small one (a gig)
should be acceptable.
Images you have permission to use
We'll be incorporating images into our web pages.
These could be photos you've taken or illustrations
you've made. Anything you have permission to use is
fine. If you don't bring images, your web page will
have big ugly gray placeholder images in it
Required Texts (none!)
There are no required texts for this workshop. Glossy
books are nice to hold and look at, but they are expensive
and annoying when you have to move. More importantly, they
are out of date the moment they are published. There are
many great online resources for web design/development, and
I will provide references for each topic that we cover.
However, if you really want a book, these texts were
recommended in previous years:
There will be a series of in-class assignments
meant to check your understanding of the concepts.
These will be submitted to me via email at the end of
each day. If you completed the assignment (or tried),
you will receive full credit.
There will be a short quiz at the beginning of the
second day. So get there on time!
Homework Assignment (35%)
There will be one homework assignment due a week
after the second day of class. It shouldn’t take the
whole week to complete… unless you really want it