An important part of the academic experience is seeking out and meeting with your instructors when you have issues with their classes. Or are bored (IMO) and have downtime. So....
In this assignment, we will further explore typography by installing a custom font into a site, instead of using Google Fonts
This exercise will help us better understand a fundamental aspect of design for websites. We'll create a pair of user personas. Personas allow our developers to make informed decisions regarding the design of websites that are user-centric
This assignment will start us out with Bootstrap, creating a landing page for a mini-site that we're going to create with Bootstrap. Over the course of several activities, we're going to create a Bootstrap site including a landing page, a page illustrating the grid layout, and one with a Bootstrat carousel
In this assignment, we will create an image carousel using Bootstrap. It will include some images from past sci-fi movies. As a bonus, you'll get to figure out which movies
With this assignment, we'll further explore some of the advanced features of CSS 3 and animate some pictures
With this assignment, we'll do some more vocabulary work - past & future
We're going to start a series of assignments that will ultimately result in a page with the lyrics of a song and an 'introductory' modal; and an embedded audio player with custom controls to play the song. With this assignment, we'll set up the project and complete some of the CSS we'll need along the way. HW 8 & HW 9 will further style the page and add the audio player
We'll continue working on our music page by customizing the audio controls and using custom icons for the play/pause and volume controls
Just some final touches (last minute, that occurred to me) to HW7 & HW8 that'll help demonstrate audio controls, dynamically adding/removing CSS, forEach(), drop-caps, and more!
Let's work a little more with form validation. A nice feature to include with form validation is some feedback to show the user exactly where he or she screwed up. Adding a red border or highlighting text are often used. We want to prevent form submission until the form is properly completed. This will build on our jQuery 2 lab, so we'll also have the animation in place
This excersize will give you practice with asynchronous JS - We'll create a page that queries a remote site every 10 seconds to obtain the current value of Bitcoin and update a display. It will also calculate the change in value from the last check. Finally, it will generate a table that updates every 30 seconds to provide a running tally
This exercize will provide you with an opportunity to solve a real-life use-case. The 'use-case' is a page with several ordered lists that we want to present to the user like a single list with correctly numbered items. Each list will have a single list item. The list items, then, should display with numbers 1, 2, 3, and so on