ahandrewh teaches IAT-339web design & development

Starting your style guides (May 13 - May 20)

Starting your style guides

This week you will be bringing your P1: Process style guide and initial branding ideas to designated lab meeting times.

Code tutorials

I will post videos from code tutorials under the pre-recorded lecture for that week. For example yesterday's HTML code tutorial is now available at https://andrewh.ca/teaches/web_design_and_development/lectures/01/video. You may need to refresh the page to see the new video.

This week's lecture

This week's pre-recorded lecture portion is available at https://andrewh.ca/teaches/web_design_and_development/lectures/02/video. Please watch it before our lecture time.

During our lecture time this week we will:

This week's labs

We are setting scheduled times to meet with Vahid on a weekly basis. These times will stay the same until the next project. If you have concerns with your assigned time please email Andrew.

Please head to the lab Zoom room when your time is. You may just have to wait a couple of minutes while Vahid wraps up with the previous person.

If you do not see your name on the list — for example you joined the course from the waitlist or are on the waitlist — please email Andrew or message him on chat to organize a time for some feedback.

D101: Thursdays from 13:00-14:50 (PST)

Apologies if your preferred name does not appear below. Canvas does not provide an easy way to access preferred name by lab.

This list was updated on May 20.

D102: Thursdays from 15:00-16:50 (PST)

Apologies if your preferred name does not appear below. Canvas does not provide an easy way to access preferred name by lab.

This list was updated on May 20.

This week's reading

Please try to complete readings before the lecture, however, there will be time set aside in each lecture to complete the reading should you need.

This week's reading is: Frost, Brad. (2016). "Atomic Design Methodology (Chapter 2)." Atomic Design. Brad Frost.

A PDF of the reading is available on Canvas. The reading should take about 22 minutes to finish (4400 words).

Questions or concerns?

Of course should you have any questions or concerns please do not hesitate to email Andrew or email Vahid and we will respond as quickly as possible.