As a reminder:
DIY Blog Posts should provide practical instruction on a particular skill or technique that is not covered by the in-class studio, in-class practice or assigned tutorials but that might be useful for other students in the course. DIY posts should include relevant images (screenshots, etc.) and links to additional web resources or tutorials, as needed.
The idea behind these is that you do a little research and play around with the software. Google something you might want to figure out and then make your own tutorial. Personalize it and make it fun. Be ready to teach someone your trick on Wednesday!
We will also begin AUDIO and talk about your final website design ideas! Be ready to share those. Please be sure to do the readings:
Final Design Mockup (three pages + color scheme / fonts / image ideas) – bring to class!
Read:“On Your Mark. Get Set. Start Your Story.”
Read: Story Structure: E
Listen: Ira Glass on Storytelling, Part 1