Refine your site concept and create a preliminary sitemap for the site/app using a service discover in class. Experiment with one of the prototyping tools we discussed in class and build a prototype of the desktop and mobile views of your new site. This only needs to an outline.
Use Kuler or a similar tool to generate a color scheme for your web site. You should make note of the hexadecimal color values of your scheme. If you need more information check out the following post on deciding on good colors.
You should have a wireframe of the homepage in both desktop and mobile views before class on Thursday. We will use it in class please come prepared to work.
Complete Getting Started with programming at Codecademy. Send me a a screenshot of the completion page. I recommend creating an account so you can save your progress and completion other modules in the future.
- Staying Engaged through student Organizations
- Society of Computing and Information Science (SOCIS)
- Facebook Page
- Subscribe to the Mail List
- Send Email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Subject Blank, In the body write subscribe email@example.com
- UALR eSports
- Friday 5-9 in Student Services Lab
Create a Codepen Account and experiment with it’s features.
Read Semantic XHTML (Quiz Material) & Read Chapter 2.
I’d like you to come up with and idea for a final project responsive web site. I’d like this project to incorporate the the use of responsive design practices and utilize some of the new html5 api’s. This can be for a fictitious client or a real world client or project. Be creative. Pick something you are interested in learning more about. I’d like you to write a paragraph or two explaining the project and what you hope to accomplish/learn by completing the project. In addition I’d like you to create a preliminary sitemap for your site and complete the client questionnaire.
Please email this to me before class on the Tuesday. Be prepared to discuss your idea in class.
Responsive Images Case Study – Due Tuesday March 18,2014
Read Chapter 2 – Responsive Web Design: The Flexible Grid