||Interactive Media Design|
Instructor: Lindsay Grace
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|ART355 Syllabus||Fall 2009 Syllabus for Interactive Media Design Schedule, instructor contact, policies, etc||0|
|Assignment 1:Turn-in||Information about handing in the first assignment||5||HTML|
|Average Audience Web Design||Some tips, stats and observations about designing for the average web user.||2||HTML|
|CSS Practice||An in-class activity for practicing CSS styles||3||HTML|
|Demographics Sheet||A quick little demographics, psychographics,technographics sheet||2|
|Design Reading: Week 1||An Introudction to Interaction Design. Spread this chapter over the next three weeks.||1||HTML|
|Design Reading: Week 2||Supplemental reading to balance the technical aspects of the course. This week we are concerned with how people work with interactive media. You can apply these concepts to many screen-based experiences.||2||HTML|
|Design Reading: Week 3||Structuring information||3||HTML|
|Design Reading: Week 4||4||HTML|
|Eye Tracking Assignment||Location and information for your eye tracking assignment||8||HTML|
|Homework for 11-12||Please complete these pages by our Thursday class||10||HTML|
|In Class Comps||Your comps as created in class. This is the collection posted to the blog.||8||HTML|
|Nielson Heuristics||Ten Usability Heuristics by J. Nielsen||2||HTML|
|Paper Prototyping||A collection of resrouces to help you understand paper prototpying||8||HTML|
|Portfolio Design Resources||Examples and an article about web portfolio design that may help you draft a quality site||9||HTML|
|Sample Sites||A collection of sites that are similar to what you can accomplish given your 1 month training in HTML and CSS.||4||HTML|
|Sound, video and browser detection||Resorces for the lecture on adding media to your HTML pages||10||HTML|
|Supplement: XHTML 2.0 Demise||Article entitled "An epitaph for the Web standard, XHTML 2 by S. Shankland/CNET||1|
|Web Aesthetics||Resources for informing your designs||7||HTML|
|Website Evaluation Guide||A guide to how your sites will be evaluated and some criteria for evaluating work completed by other people.||4|
This document is an archive of resources provided by Lindsay Grace, assistant professor within the School of Fine Arts and the Armstrong Institute of Interactive Media Studies. The resources provided here concern undergraduate level instruction in art and design . This includes video game art and design, web design, film making, and commercial writing. These resources are to be used by students of the Art and Design college. The use of materials not written by Lindsay Grace, if any, are provided within the definition of Unites States of America "fair use laws." Any third party content is provided with the understanding that it meets all local, state, and federal copyright restrictions.
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