RESERVE MY SPOT

SKILLS:

- Front-end Development

Web Development

- HTML 5

- Web Design

- Interaction Design

DATE: 18 May - 5 Jun, 2020

DURATION: 3 Weeks

LECTURES: 3 Hours per day

LANGUAGE: English

LOCATION: Barcelona, Harbour.Space Campus

COURSE TYPE: Offline

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN
COURSE OUTLINE
ABOUT JOSHUA
BIBLIOGRAPHY

Designing experiences for the web holds its own challenges separate from other contemporary media, in that control over the final output is never guaranteed. The open and accessible nature of the web means that your experience can be viewed on any internet-enabled device, from your laptop, to a widescreen television, to your refrigerator's touchscreen. To design and build for this medium you must how to prepare assets, take into account browser capabilities, optimize for delivery, learn the ins and outs of how viewport size determines layout capabilities, best practices for adapting layouts for different scales, and how designs can adapt to their environment providing more or less functionality as needed. This course will teach you how to design and build layouts that work to the best of their ability wherever and on whatever device they are viewed on using the technique called Responsive Web Design. This is a method for designing & developing websites that provide optimal viewing experiences (in terms of reading, navigation, & layout) across a wide range of traditional & mobile devices.

JOSHUA
TUSCAN
RESERVE MY SPOT

DATE: 18 May – 5 Jun, 2020

DURATION:  3 Weeks

LECTURES: 3 Hours per day

LANGUAGE: English

LOCATION: Barcelona, Harbour.Space Campus

COURSE TYPE: Offline

Session 2

Overview of the nature of the web medium, the nature of web rendering, the limitations and constraints of the format, and techniques to address these concerns.

Session 3

Breaking down a design composition for development.

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Session 1

Introduction to the course with an overview lecture of the subject and what to expect and a historical overview of the topic

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Session 4

Web Performance and Optimized Assets

Designing experiences for the web holds its own challenges separate from other contemporary media, in that control over the final output is never guaranteed. The open and accessible nature of the web means that your experience can be viewed on any internet-enabled device, from your laptop, to a widescreen television, to your refrigerator's touchscreen. To design and build for this medium you must how to prepare assets, take into account browser capabilities, optimize for delivery, learn the ins and outs of how viewport size determines layout capabilities, best practices for adapting layouts for different scales, and how designs can adapt to their environment providing more or less functionality as needed. This course will teach you how to design and build layouts that work to the best of their ability wherever and on whatever device they are viewed on using the technique called Responsive Web Design. This is a method for designing & developing websites that provide optimal viewing experiences (in terms of reading, navigation, & layout) across a wide range of traditional & mobile devices.

BRINGING YOUR 
DESIGN TO THE WEB
BRINGING YOUR DESIGN 
TO THE WEB

Joshua Tuscan heads the technology practice at Friends backed by fourteen years of experience in the digital design and technology space. Prior to Friends, he’s spent time at Razorfish, Kurt Noble Inc., and Digital Kitchen.

A creative developer by trade, he has enjoyed exploring the intersection between technology and human interaction as a partner in building digital experiences for brands like Dolby, HTC, Highfive, Pandora, Nike, ABC, Carnival, and Samsung. His projects have won Awwwards Site of the Day, been showcased on Site Inspire, been highlighted on stage at the Apple Developer Conference, and a project he’s authored spent a month at the top of the trending chart on Github.

In addition to his professional endeavors, Joshua volunteers through Code.org’s initiatives as an instructor in their programmes teaching children computer science. When he’s got spare time, he likes to run in the park, build furniture, and kick a ball around with his kid.

- Learn about the capabilities and limits of the web format

- Gain an overview of optimization techniques for web assets


- Learn about the history and development of responsive web design.

- Learn about the differences between fluid, responsive, and adaptive web design.

- Explore design patterns associated with a responsive layout.


- Get comfortable with the techniques for building responsive layouts in code.

- Understand the boundaries of responsive web development techniques and how to work around them.

HARBOUR.SPACE 

Harbour.Space is a university created by entrepreneurs for entrepreneurs. We focus on meeting the demands of the future, while traditional education providers are too often stuck in the past.

We’re one of the only European institutions completely dedicated to technology, design and entrepreneurship, and our interdisciplinary courses are taught by some of today’s leading professionals. Our aim is not only to equip students with the knowledge to take on the real world, but to nurture, create and shape tomorrow’s tech superstars.

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