P5.js for Designers
Most design today is dynamic: displaying live data, responding to user input, adapting to a dizzying array of devices, and on and on. Designers in this environment must think, not just visually, but programmatically as well. Learning to program can sensitize us to the limitations—and the power—of creating with code.
All classes will be synchronous and remote, and there will be a mix of instruction, demos, exercises, and assisted in-class work. Students will be expected to apply what they learn to experimental sketches outside class, but the workload will largely depend on their individual curiosity.
No prior coding experience is necessary, as we will cover basic skills in class.
- Reliable internet connection
- Zoom app recommended
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Registration for this class will open on January 3, 2024.
All times are listed in US Eastern.
A recurring Zoom meeting link will be sent to you a day or two before the start of this class.
About Greg Skiano
Greg Skiano lives and works in San Diego, California. He studied art and design at The Cooper Union from 2008–2012. Professionally, he writes software and occasionally designs things for companies small and large, including Dow Jones, The New York Times, and Oneworld Alliance. Personally, he continues to make art and enjoys reading and philosophy.