Join AIGA DC, in partnership with Vox Media, to bring you a series of inclusive, creative events as part of the Color Coded series. Join us on Feb 18th – 19th, 2017 for workshops that will combine design and CSS, a language that describes how elements should be rendered on screen, on paper, in speech, or on other media.
On day 1, we will take vision boards to the next level. Designers will create posters that embody their goals, dreams, and ambitions. Day 2 will begin with a CSS class that will cover basics, intermediate principles, and best practices. After the class, designers will turn their posters into code. Register here.
Breakfast, snacks, and lunch will be provided both days.
Event is currently at capacity.
- 10am: Kick-Off
- 11am: Poster Design
- 3pm: Presentations
- 10am: CSS Class (Beg / Int)
- 12pm: Code Your Poster
- 3pm: Closing Remarks
By attending, you agree to follow Vox’s Code of Conduct.
Curious about past Color Coded events? Check out this recap.
About Color Coded
Color Coded is an initiative and a community for people of color in the tech industry and other creative fields. Through a series of thoughtfully designed events, Color Coded strives to uplift people of color as they gain the tools, the skills, and the network they want to get that promotion, run a business, or simply feel the power of knowledge.
All events will be collaborative, pedagogical, and incorporate a self-care component. Topics and themes will go from code, to entrepreneurship, to any creative skill imaginable.
The Color Coded initiative is sponsored by Vox Media Inc. It was started by Pam Assogba, a Full Stack Engineer at Vox. You can read more about why she did it here.