Reflect on what you learned this semester.
What area was the most challenging for you to learn? Why? Did you spend enough time on your own practicing?

Although this class did end up causing a lot of frustration for me, I genuinely learned a lot about HTML and Web Design…

In my opinion, the new Edinboro.edu site is very well successful in terms of its responsivity. When scaled down, the site maintains its visual impact extremely well; there aren’t major changes between the web and tablet versions (besides text/image scale, and the banner video becomes a static image). The mobile…

My topic is: successfully thrifting clothing from thrift stores!

The main page would be a sort of introduction to thrifting, with a list of benefits that thrifting has compared to buying new clothes

The navigation would have a few different pages; with the first being the guide on how to…

development plans

For this site’s development, I want to try and use a liquid layout, but if that proves too difficult for me I will probably end up using a fixed layout.

My background will be fixed rather than scrolling, but I do want to try and add a small…

http://www.csszengarden.com/221/ (Mid Century Modern by Andrew Lohman)

This iteration of the CSS Zen Garden is very aesthetically pleasing to me; the palette is expressive and the color-blocking is an effective way to highlight the different paragraphs and establish asymmetrical balance. Unfortunately, I think the design’s flow is a bit disrupted…

Here are the two type systems I was exploring for my resume’s CSS styling. For this particular project, I’m aiming for a professional yet bubbly aesthetic.

Of my two combinations, I am partial to my first one, with Josefin Sans and IBM Plex Serif. As compared to my second combination…

Prior to today, I hadn’t watched a TEDTalk for a few years. “My Web Playroom” was a really interesting way for me to see the potential of virtual connections. Coupled with Justin Jackson’s web page, I felt a bit of existentialism. …

From what I have gleaned, Chimero is concerned with the balance between form vs. function, ease of use vs. aesthetics, and tradition vs. innovation. Finding an equilibrium of these features as well as producing an adaptive, creative, and ergonomic website are motivating factors for him as a designer.

Coming from…

Caitlin L.

artist in training

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