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Entries from the Design Blog in the school category.

  • ARTS 4613 University of Arkansas Art Department, The State of Web Design slide

    There's a question at the end of this post. I'd love your feedback on how to teach web design.

    Literally every time I teach basic web design (once a year), I have to update my skills and materials, including:

    • adding and subtracting slides from my lecture slide shows
    • learning new features of the programs used to create Web sites
    • grasping and testing the latest web and social trends (location, 'tweeting' what you purchase, supposed competitors to Facebook, etc.)
    • discussing the latest delivery devices upon which people will be seeing web sites
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    by Tom Hapgood
    May 29, 2010
  • My students are excited about the new Adobe CS5 Master Collection we just had installed on the lab computers. (Well, they’re as excited as summer school students can get, anyway.) They’re excited about its new features they’ve been hearing about, from Photoshop CS5’s “Content-Aware Fill” to the Code Snippets panel in Flash. It is always an exciting time to be a designer and design instructor, and be able to teach the new features. The software tools are getting better all the time and promise much. In fact, here’s what Adobe says about the latest CS5 offerings:

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    by Tom Hapgood
    May 18, 2010
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