Introduction to Web Page and Interactive Design
Instructor: Curt Cloninger / curt at lab404 dot com
A crash-course introduction to internet cultures, internet-specific production techniques, and code as an artistic medium. Students survey contemporary internet media cultures and technologies while learning essential web-based coding skills in HTML, CSS and other programming languages applied within the context of art and design. Media production techniques will include transcoding, digital representations of sound and images, and user-interface multimedia experience. Prerequisite: NM 101.
The projects and assignments required in this class are time-intensive and require an average of 9 hours each week on the computer either in this lab or on your own computer that contains the software used in the class.
Student Learning Objectives
In this course you will:
Assignments will explore the following subjects:
Bulldog email account -- check regularly
Student web hosting space (for posting work)
flash drive, notebook or sketchbook, graph paper, pencils, and pens