About the class
Considering sites like Reuters or the new iteration of New York Times and USA Today we can see how the web is shifting towards typographic compositions where the content is king and the user interface is minimal but relevant. During this course we will learn how to structure an effective layout for a splash page and a news article template. We will go through the basics of responsive design, grid composition and using typography to build the visual hierarchy of the composition.
This class will teach you how to make an effective use of typography when creating a layout.
What You'll Learn
Who is this class for?
Interactive designers, Ux designers and anyone eager to learn!
This is a design only course. No development will be taught!
I am currently an Art Director at the international digital agency B-Reel in NYC. Previously an Art Director at Fantasy Interactive, I was responsible for leading and crafting interactive experiences for clients like Google, EA, CNN, Nickelodeon, History Channel, Range Rover, Microsoft and Motorola to name a few. Alongside my daily job, my personal projects vary from mobile apps and games to card decks and illustrations.
I have spoken at several international conferences including OFFF in Barcelona, the Adobe User Group in Rotterdam or the International Design Symposium at the National Autonomous University of Mexico, and my work has been displayed at design conferences and festivals in London, Barcelona, Athens, Amsterdam, San Francisco, Singapore, Stockholm and New York.
You can learn more about me here.
Classes revolve around completing a project and collaborating with fellow students to give and get feedback on your work. Use Video Lessons and the Project Guide designed by your teacher to complete your class project.
Teachers design and present all class content, but Skillshare is community based around student-to-student interaction. You'll be surprised at what you learn from your classmates!
Never! Once enrolled, you have lifetime access to class materials. That means you can learn when and where you want. Learn at your own pace.