Class Notes

Class 15

Topics Final Project Presentations Please take Department survey http://academy.smc.edu/survey/ Final Comments (we will do this in class)  Click here to submit comments Final Project presentations: You must attend the final day of class and present your final project in order to

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Class 15

Topics Final Project Presentations Please take Department survey http://academy.smc.edu/survey/ Final Comments (we will do this in class)  Click here to submit comments Final Project presentations: You must attend the final day of class and present your final project in order to

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Class 14

Topics Screencasting, In-class lab time Please take Department survey http://academy.smc.edu/survey/   Class 14 (May 31): Deliverable due: Mobile web/app design comp. Class 15 (June 07): Your final project presentations are Thursday, June 07 at 6:30pm. No late projects accepted. Screencasting Snapz Pro

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Class 14

Topics Screencasting, In-class lab time Please take Department survey http://academy.smc.edu/survey/   Class 14 (May 31): Deliverable due: Mobile web/app design comp. Class 15 (June 07): Your final project presentations are Thursday, June 07 at 6:30pm. No late projects accepted. Screencasting Snapz Pro

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Class 13

Topics Create WordPress protosite, Video formats for web, jQuery, In-class lab time Class 13 (May 24): Deliverables due: Final Design, Final Content, Home page & a landing page finalized in WordPress. Class 14 (May 31): Deliverable due: Mobile web/app design comp. Class

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Class 13

Topics Create WordPress protosite, Video formats for web, jQuery, In-class lab time Class 13 (May 24): Deliverables due: Final Design, Final Content, Home page & a landing page finalized in WordPress. Class 14 (May 31): Deliverable due: Mobile web/app design comp. Class

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Class 12

Topics What is a smartphone versus a feature phone?, Differences between mobile Web & mobile Apps, Mobile Website Critiques, Mobile Design Considerations, Extending Your Capabilities, Mobile Usage, Other Important Considerations, Getting Back, Sticking to the Bottom, Cover the Hover, Layout,

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Class 12

Topics What is a smartphone versus a feature phone?, Differences between mobile Web & mobile Apps, Mobile Website Critiques, Mobile Design Considerations, Extending Your Capabilities, Mobile Usage, Other Important Considerations, Getting Back, Sticking to the Bottom, Cover the Hover, Layout,

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Class 11

Topics: Final Project Assignment, WordPress Installation. The Dashboard, Creating and Modifying Themes, Plugins, Embedded Media, How WordPress Works Mark your calendars! Spring Student Show 2012 Design Technology Department Friday, May 18, 2012 6:00pm – 9:00pm . . . Midterm grades

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Class 11

Topics: Final Project Assignment, WordPress Installation. The Dashboard, Creating and Modifying Themes, Plugins, Embedded Media, How WordPress Works Mark your calendars! Spring Student Show 2012 Design Technology Department Friday, May 18, 2012 6:00pm – 9:00pm . . . Midterm grades

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Class 10

Topics: Midterm Project Presentations Please have your midterm projects uploaded to the server before class. You must present your project to receive a grade. Midterm Project – Due May 3 This project will be completed individually, the midterm is not

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Class 10

Topics: Midterm Project Presentations Please have your midterm projects uploaded to the server before class. You must present your project to receive a grade. Midterm Project – Due May 3 This project will be completed individually, the midterm is not

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Class 09

Topics: Web Standards, W3C Discussion, Accessibility issues, What is Social Media? What is W3C? “The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) is the main international standards organization for the World Wide Web (abbreviated WWW or W3). It is arranged as a

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Class 09

Topics: Web Standards, W3C Discussion, Accessibility issues, What is Social Media? What is W3C? “The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) is the main international standards organization for the World Wide Web (abbreviated WWW or W3). It is arranged as a

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Class 08

Topics: Review Site Goals, Develop Concepts, Design for the User, Navigation and Interface design, CSS-based navigation menus, Typography for the Web Web Critiques: Navigation UCLA: Design Media Arts Rhode Island School of Design Otis College of Art and Design CSS

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Class 08

Topics: Review Site Goals, Develop Concepts, Design for the User, Navigation and Interface design, CSS-based navigation menus, Typography for the Web Web Critiques: Navigation UCLA: Design Media Arts Rhode Island School of Design Otis College of Art and Design CSS

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Class 07

Topics: Create wireframes, Address navigation, Naming & Labeling, Midterm Project Assignment No Class April 12 – Spring Break Midterm Project – Due May 3 This project will be completed individually, the midterm is not a team or group project. Specifications:Design

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Class 07

Topics: Create wireframes, Address navigation, Naming & Labeling, Midterm Project Assignment No Class April 12 – Spring Break Midterm Project – Due May 3 This project will be completed individually, the midterm is not a team or group project. Specifications:Design

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Class 06

Topics: Create site map, Set naming conventions, Two & Three Column CSS Layouts, HTML 5, CSS 3 Site Maps A sitemap shows a visual representation of the site’s structure, organization, flow, and grouping of content and information. It communicates, it

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Class 06

Topics: Create site map, Set naming conventions, Two & Three Column CSS Layouts, HTML 5, CSS 3 Site Maps A sitemap shows a visual representation of the site’s structure, organization, flow, and grouping of content and information. It communicates, it

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