To guide our study, we’ll ask questions like, what can code contribute to our skillsets that other tools/methods cannot? What is the relationship between the design world and the World Wide Web? What parallels can be drawn between the development process and our non-browser-based design processes? Expect a lively session of evening classes, a group of peers and an open learning environment. Read More →
About the Instructor
About the Space
XXXI (‘Thirty-One’) is (1) a mixed-use project space for designers to pursue self-initiated or non-commercial work, (2) a shared studio space, and (3) an online (and sometimes physical) store.
July 17 – August 21,
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I design stuff.
The course is catered to people who are interested in design.
I don’t yet know how to code.
What’s the difference between <head> and <body> in HTML?
What’s a CSS Class?
If you already know the answer to these questions, you may be a bit ahead.
I'm ready for some rapid learning.
The course is six weeks. Be prepared to learn a lot!
I'll do my homework.
There's a few hours of homework each week. Like most coders, the more you do, the more you learn.