ahandrewh teaches IAT-339web design & development

The schedule for the Summer 2022 term of IAT-339Web Design & Development

Summer 2022 term of IAT-339Web Design & Development
Date (Week)In lectureIn LabDueReading(s)

May 10 (01)

The Interwebs

An overview of the course, some fundamentals when thinking about design on the web, and an introduction to semantic markup.

Soueidan, Sara. (2019). "What a Year of Learning and Teaching Accessibility Taught Me." Retrieved 5/2/2022, from https://www.sarasoueidan.com/blog/what-accessibility-taught-me

May 17 (02)

Styling the Webs

Thinking about our websites as modular components and the fundamentals of styling websites.

Frost, Brad. (2016). "Atomic Design Methodology (Chapter 2)." Atomic Design. Brad Frost.

May 24 (03)

Like Building Blocks

More depth on styleguides, as well as thinking and building responsive structures online.

Andrew, Rachel. (2017). "The New Layout (Chapter 3)." The New CSS Layout. A Book Apart.

May 31 (04)

The Utility Belt

Approaches for debugging code and an introduction to git.

Demaree, David. (2016). "Thinking in Versions (Chapter 1)." Git for Humans. A Book Apart.

June 7 (05)

Devices and their Fickle Owners

Thinking about how users use websites, and more options for laying out your site.

Thomas, David. (2020). "User Bias (Chapter 2)." Design for Cognitive Bias. A Book Apart.

June 14 (06)

Usefulness

More depth on accessibility and usability online.

Williams, Gareth F. (2021). "Dyslexic Myths Presented as Truths." Retrieved 5/2/2022, from https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/dyslexic-myths-presented-truths-gareth-ford-williams/

June 21 (07)

Content is Key

Considerations of structuring and writing quality content as well as an introduction to JavaScript.

Marquis, Mat. (2016). "Getting Set Up (Chapter 1)." JavaScript for Web Designers. A Book Apart.

June 28 (08)

Being the Unicorn

Portfolios... just portfolios.

Mall, Dan. (2018). "A Portfolio Hiring Managers Can't Deny." Retrieved 5/2/2022, from https://danmall.me/articles/portfolios/

July 5 (09)

The Grey Zone

Ethics, web design and development.

Monteiro, Mike. (2017). "A Designer's Code of Ethics." Retrieved 5/2/2022, from https://deardesignstudent.com/a-designers-code-of-ethics-f4a88aca9e95

July 12 (10)

The Coding Quiz

This entire lecture will be our time for completing the coding quiz.

  • Critiques

July 19 (11)

Debugging Day

As the title suggests we'll spend this lecture helping you debug your final projects.

Böck, Max. (2021). "Space Jam." Retrieved 5/2/2022, from https://mxb.dev/blog/space-jam/

July 26 (12)

Portfolio Review

Bring in your final portfolios to lecture. We will review them and provide further feedback and direction.

  • Critiques

August 2 (13)

Final Portfolio Review

Final portfolio reviews.

  • Critiques