Welcome to Design for the Internet, Fall 2022. This web site is the main location for class content, assignments and other information. If you wish to contact me, I can be reached at: or email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
Use the links on the left to navigate (on computer) or the navigation menu (on mobile) to each day's material.
Communication is critical. Make sure to:
Download the official description PDF for this class in Adobe PDF format. You will need the Adobe Acrobat Reader software installed on your computer to view these files.
Your mark in this class is based on grades in several categories. Category weights are below:
The most important thing you will need for this class is a computer that can install and run the Adobe Creative Suite programs. This can be a Mac or a Windows PC, but please note that for higher level classes (at the 2000 level and above) in design, a reasonably powerful Mac laptop is strongly encouraged. See the HSELS policy attched to this outline. You will need to pay for and install the education version of the Adobe CC suite for the duration of the class. Detail on how to do this will be sent as part of the class introduction process.
You will need a reliable internet connection. If your internet connection is restricted in any way (such as some websites being blocked) it may be difficult or impossible for you to access some course materials.
There will be some additional free software you will need to install on your computer (details will be provided later)so you will need the ability in install programs on the computer you are using.
You can find the minimum requirements for Macs and PCs here: https://helpx.adobe.com/ca/illustrator/system-requirements.html
If you have a computer already and it meets the minimum requirements, you can use that existing computer for this class.Design Students’ Personal Hardware, Software, English Language Settings (HSELS) Requirements:
If you are considering buying a new computer you may want to review this policy, attached to the course outline, which sets out the requirements for a computer for design courses at the 2000 level and above.
If you have a Halifax Public Library login (not NSCAD University) you can access a large library of high-quality video tutorials for free. To do this you will need to apply online - it only takes a few minutes and your library login will be sent to you by email. You will need a Nova Scotia address to get a library card.