Spring 2014: “HTML Output”

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.

Visit the class website for syllabus and project documentation

February 2, 2014