Learn five tricks for how graphic designers can work more closely with web developers and programmers.
This event is at capacity. There will be no sales at the door.
In this hands-on, bring-your-own-laptop session with teacher and web developer Jim Webb, we'll cover tricks for how designers can work more closely with web developers and programmers. We’ll cover:
- The seven mistakes new web designers make with developers
- How to adjust type, color, and layout without knowing HTML and CSS
- How to learn enough code to be dangerous
This event is at the Corcoran College of Art and Design's Georgetown campus. There will be no registration at the door.
About Jim Webb
Jim Webb has more than 1,900 hours of classroom experience teaching web topics. He is formerly head of web design at National Geographic, and has led workshops for The Washington Post, Hewlett-Packard, The National Archives, NPR/PBS, and the Newseum.
Follow Jim on Twitter.
Event coordinator and contact, Ashleigh Axios: email@example.com
What is DCDW?
From October 14th to 20th, DC Design Week 2013 is a week-long series of events that highlight and celebrate the impact of design and designers in our community and recognize the efforts and contributions of emerging and established local designers, architects, illustrators, photographers and others in the Washington DC area's creative collective. AIGA DC coordinates it with various partners and sponsors, but we count on you to attend and participate.
View more DCDW events on the DC Design Week page.
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Thank you to this year's DC Design Week Sponsors
Rockcreek Strategic Marketing
Creative designed by Donald Ely
A portion of proceeds go to the next generation of designers through AIGA DC’s Continuum Fund scholarship.