Conveying interactions with wireframes is tough. Talk about experiences earlier using functional prototypes. Your teams — and users — will thank you for it.
With just a few lines of code and some simple plug-ins, you’ll be making clickable prototypes that make great design happen much more quickly.
Dave’s an expert in describing the fundamentals through detailed implementation. So be prepared to delve into functions, events, selectors, and classes. Plus, he’ll teach you to use the browser console as the chief way of troubleshooting any errors along the way.
Find out how to take advantage of all the great programming that already exists out there in jQuery plug-ins for common UI elements and widgets. Conquer all that is drag-able and select-able, then see how to add those elements to a page for both web and mobile.
Ultimately, you’ll learn to make websites interactive and prototypes click-able just by using some common jQuery plug-ins and UI library elements. So whether your boss wants a slider for the feature area, or your team is planning its next iteration, you’ll be programming to meet their needs — and yours.
His experience in higher education spans from UC Berkeley — where he worked as the institution’s webmaster — to Portland State University’s multimedia program, where he currently teaches.
So if you’ve been longing to learn programming from someone whose practical knowledge matches his skill in teaching it, then we’ll see you in Dave’s workshop.