- Code of Conduct Search
- Browsing/Mobile Mini Site
- Workshop Prototypes
- Review Readings
Code of Conduct/Community Guidelines
Working in pairs, find three examples of codes of conducts/community guidelines and post them to this google document under your groups name. Include a link and screenshot of the code of conduct, and using bullet points, explain what it’s for, what kind of community it represents, and how the code of conduct differs from other websites of a similar environment (for example, Pinterest versus Arena, Disqus vs NYT Comments). We’ll take a look at them as a class.
Credit: Nika Fisher, Designer/Artist/Instructor of Design 3A
Collective Browser Searches
You will have an hour to make a static site devoted to 7 browser searches. On a sheet of paper, write down your past 7 google searches. I’ll collect and give these back at random to the class. Use these keywords to create a static website using html/css that connects these 7 different keywords in an well thought out composition and connected way. Please images / links / icons / text
Use this example site as a template and design specifically for the size of your mobile phone (use Chrome’s Inspector to see how your site will appear on the phone). Add a link to this project on your portfolio site and add this link to this document.
Right Click, Inspect
On the left click the phone/doc icon to see a preview in a mobile format
Credit: This exercise was adapted from the workshop LAN co-led by Mindy Seu, Jon Gacnik, and Jürg Lehni.
- Reminder! Our next class is on Tuesday, November 26th.
- Fill out Val’s form for Project 3
- For next Tuesday, spend at least 3 hours working on your site outside of class. As part of this, develop a code of conduct for your social network – this should be typed out and included on your site/prototype.
- The next class will be a studio class, and please let me know if you will not be attending because of conflicts with work/internships.
- Also watch the following and write a short response here (this will be our final response):
- THOUGHTS ON THE FUTURE(S) OF THE INTERNET(S) – Xiaowei Wang, Willa Köerner and Rasheedah Phillips
- Optional readings (all three are related, read in sequence):
- Tuesday’s homework will be to complete your site for our last class on the following Thursday.
- Add to the Final Class Potluck Page