The World Wide Web is an ideal development environment because it combines open access to information with the browser’s increasingly robust typographic and compositional possibilities. This one-time studio elective makes use of the Web browser as a design tool to create physical forms: event ephemera, wallpaper and textiles, publications and 3-D objects. Readings, site visits, lectures from experts in the field and case studies will inspire a workshop-style research-oriented classroom. Most projects will have open deliverables intended to foster cross-disciplinary experimentation and collaboration. The course is open to everyone, but will be most beneficial to students who have Web development experience.