Hi! My name is Linda. I'm a junior in the Experience Architecture and Biosystems Engineering programs. I really enjoy drawing, coding, and listening to audiobooks. I took this class because it is required for my major. Well, that's not the only reason, but it is the most important. We all gotta graduate. I also really want to become a UX designer and full-stack developer, if the gigantic text on the left didn't tell you enough. This WordPress site is just a precursor to the real site I will be making soon. It will be tremendous.
Can form basic outlines of objects
I like systems thinking and problem solving
Because why not
My WTF project is not very exciting, but it was very necessary. My portfolio website, which I was using to apply to jobs, was very pretty with a multiphoto slideshow on the front page, but alas, it was not mobile responsive. So my WTF Project focused on learning the Web’s most popular framework, Bootstrap. I Read more about WTF Learning Narrative[…]
Initial Content Audit: Content Model I went through 14 different portfolios, and counted where each portfolio contained the following items. All these portfolios were either of my fellow college students, professional web developers, and professional UX designers and coaches. Many people did not opt for multiple pages on their sites, instead having each link on Read more about Unit 2 Portfolio Reflection[…]
The beginning of the course had us brush up on our HTML and CSS knowledge. As someone who had already been working with HTML and CSS for some time, this process was redundant yet useful – I learned a lot about the beginnings of the World Wide Web, and how the different search engines work. Read more about Unit 1 Reflection[…]
My goal is to become a full-stack developer. An advanced web author would most likely be a full stack developer. They would be someone that can show up at a hackathon and in 36 hours pull an app or a website out of thin air (it might be buggy but it would still be usable). Read more about Goals for the Course[…]