Wiki course


In order to achieve this goal in Design & Technique you will learn how to design web-pages from scratch. We will be focusing HTML and CSS, which are the essential tools for web design, but are also becoming more and more relevant for the creation of ebook, apps and even paper publication.


Weekly classes will take the form of an seminars where specific aspects of HTML and CSS be presented, explored and applied. Examples of web-based works that explore identity, fictional characters and stories will be presented and discussed. Each class will combine both expository and hands-on work. Between each classes, students are expected to experiment and apply to their deliverable the subjects explored in classes.


From the very beginning of this course you will be asked to start constructing a weblog or timeline that registers your activities (or whom you choose to be) and present who you are to the world.

You are what you … think, eat, buy, walk, write, read, browse, listen to, collect… While do these activities you create or run across their traces in: shopping lists, receipts, emails, chats, browser history, maps of your location, selfies, etc.You’ll be asked to assemble some of these traces and build your weblog with them, in order to give the world an idea of whom you are (or choose to be). Every week you’ll add more traces and grow your weblog In addition you’ll have to make decisions on how these traces are communicated visually. You’ll have to explore the design of weblog so that it helps you present yourself in away that you wish.

Web art works dealing with identity

Archives of Early Web sites


  • Install software necessary on your laptops
  • bring to class a interesting/funny/awkward website, at least 10years old

Relating video


  • Publication Station wiki – where classes notes are stored, which you can contribute to
  • HRO File storage system — try
  • Sublime text editor – install in your computers
  • Firefox (latest version) – install in your computers
  • Chromeinstall in your computers

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