Coding for Spatial Practices
Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation
ARCH A4988, Spring 2022
Tuesday, 7PM – 9PM (EST)
115 Avery, 1172 Amsterdam Avenue, New York, NY 10027
Instructor: Celeste Layne
By appointment (15 minute increments). Sign up on Calendly.
To guide our study, we will explore questions such as: What is the relationship between architecture and the World Wide Web? What parallels can be drawn between the development process and our own design processes?
The class will consist of exercises and long-form projects which allow students to develop concepts, ideas, and strategies for web-based projects. These projects will be supplemented/contextualized by lectures, readings, writing, and student-led group discussions, to reinforce core concepts.
Course Schedule (Subject to change)
|01||01/18||Hello World (remote)||
Lecture 01: Hello World
|02||01/25||Content & Hypertext||Lecture 02: HTML Basics|
|03||02/01||Interface & Identity||Lecture 03: CSS Basics|
|04||02/08||Form & Structure||Lecture 04: Layout Basics|
|05||02/15||Adaptability & Context||Lecture 05: Responsive Web Design|
|06||02/22||Motion||Lecture 06: Animations & Transitions|
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