art365 : design_for_the_WWW

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webpage:
ryanSmithArt.com/courses/2020


SYLLABUS:
syllabus2020.pdf


DESIGN FOR THE WWW
ART 365
SPRING 2020

TOWSON UNIVERSITY
Tuesdays
CA 4030
Instructor : Ryan T. Smith

email: rtsmith@towson.edu





Week#9

Tuesday, March 24



TU transitioning to distance learning for remainder of spring 2020 term
"The previously announced transition to distance learning for students beginning on March 23 will now continue through the rest of the spring 2020 term. There will be no on-campus, face-to-face classes or instruction for the remainder of this semester, and all courses will be completed remotely. This includes all TU campuses and facilities."
www.towson.edu/news/2020




Dear ART365 class,
Here are some reminders:


Homework that was due today,
is now due Tuesday, March 31:


- familiarize yourself with HTML & CSS, start planning your website
- pick an artist
- do some research
- get (or make) digital images of artwork
- complete 3 webpages (plus external CSS) with at least 1 image on each page
*create working links between those 3 pages


*start designing and building an informative website based on your research.


Your project that was scheduled for March 31st,
is now due Tuesday, April 7th:
"website_project_2"



Things due before Spring Break,
are still due ASAP:


- Your Adobe XD Project (if you didn't present it, or turn it in), please make a .zip file, and email it to me.
- "xd_project"

- Your Adobe XD Project Proposal (if you didn't save it as a .pdf file, or turn it in), please email me a .pdf copy.

And, if you missed class before Spring Break (March 10th), please put your homework (1 .html page & some images) in a folder.
*Compress your folder, and email me the .zip file
email: rtsmith@towson.edu

Thank you : )



HOMEWORK:


*Keep working on "website_project_2"

Due next week:

- familiarize yourself with HTML & CSS, start planning the website
- pick an artist
- do some research
- get (or make) digital images of artwork
- complete 3 webpages (plus external CSS) with at least 1 image on each page
*create working links between those 3 pages
**draw site structure and wire frames
- start designing and building an informative website based on your research.

Note:
- no need to upload your homework this week : )














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