After chatting with Janelle we have compiled some links to remind / inform you on some key issues. Here we go.
Classes and Styles
Carousel image front
Hovers (more feedback options):
http://www.html5templatesdreamweaver.com/hover-effects.html (A selection of hover / link effects)
CSS Libraries / Tutorials / Reminders:
CSS Layout Generators and Models:
CSS Floats 101:
More Than One Link Style (CSS):
CSS Form Styling
I will try and continue to add to these.
Project 2 Presentation Thoughts
How do I give a good presentation. And pass.
- Too much text!? Use bullet points, main features, quotes
- Don’t just read off the screen or your paper
- Lots of screenshots: overall point
- Screenshots with highlights / focus / portions
- Logical sequence, you have a structure, use it
- Some sections will be fill, some are minimal
- Speak clearly, confidently, know material – practiced
- Timing, 10 minutes
- Design this presentation! I want to know what I am watching, where am I, where I am in totality of presentation. Feedback.
- Hierarchy of information, consistent use
- Thinking about the environs
- Think about whether to show the site
- Conclude this? Address issues at the section? Recommendations section?
- Printed Report, flowing from your presentation
SocalityBarbie: An Instagram account that mocks other cliche Instagram accounts.
Here is the DES595 Project 3 brief.
Readings for next class
Responsive Web Design. (2010) Ethan Marcotte. A List Apart.
Towards a Critical Design. (2013) Dunne, Anthony, and Fiona Raby.
Gaver, W. 2007. Curious Things for Curious People. Goldsmiths Technical Report 2007.
Some Current Examples for us to talk about
Why I Hacked Donkey Kong for My Daughter
The Next to Die
No Homo Phobes
Links to the main resources for the project.