What’s all this about a strike?
Some of you have probably heard that the PTF (part-time faculty) union, ACT-UAW Local 7902, is in negotiations with the New School management about our contract—and may be going on strike. We are both in this union! So things might get tricky, around here.
If folks would like more information about the possibility of a strike (and what that might actually look like), there is a Strike School for Students this Thursday, November 10, 3–4:30pm in the Eugene Lang Courtyard. We are told there will be bagels!
We’ll be getting more info later today. Here’s the info flier you might have seen around campus.
We will start off today by looking at your Project 3: Binding sketches from last
Group 1: Bobby, Azra, Kinjal, Keren
Group 2: Lucine, Dusha, Dayna, Caroline
Group 3: Mariia, Vidushi, Sarah, Sandra
Group 4: Amaya, Jocelyn, Ina, Shanshan
Group 5: Kendall, Sanjana, Hamza, Myriam
Group 6: Andre, Tanvi, Vasu, Chi
Group 7: Fahila, Sushanto, Madhura, Abhishek
Group 8: Dhruv, Giselle, Shivi
Present your work to each other, as we have before—using Slack to share your Figma links. You will have about 40 minutes with just your group, and each group will have about 10 minutes with us.
Introduce your classmates to your readings, discuss your design directions, and take their input/feedback. When we come to your group, you shouldn’t all just be sitting there doing your own thing! Use this time. We’ll have 3 minutes or so with each of you, as we roam around.
We’ll give ourselves until about 10:15ish.
We’ll take our break here, after we’ve gotten around to everyone.
Connecting the dots
In lieu of additional new content today, we want to refocus with a longer demo session—going through some of the particulars of putting multiple pages together into a website. Here is our agenda:
Make a new repo,
binding, on GitHub
- While we’re here, what is a
- How about
- While we’re here, what is a
Pull down and create an
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- Create a
- Pull in the reset, locally (self-contained)
- Rough out some shared variables/styles
- Create a
Create three folders/index pages for entries (vs. sibling HTML files)
- Link to page-specific CSS files, lower (relative vs. absolute paths)
ulwith links to the entries, on the landing page
- Add a shared navigation (back, previous, next) on the entries
- Edit the navigation, updating per-page instances
For next week
Consolidate and decide on your design direction from today, incorporating the feedback from your peers and from us.
You’ll be using this direction to complete the next phase for your projects, moving into code. Begin with semantic DOM and then mobile/desktop styles for your landing page and a text entry:
We will review these together again, next week!