Hand Coding Round Robin with Emma Rae Bruml Norton
Participants of this workshop will learn how to “hand code” for the web through the creation of collective web pages. The session will start with a brief lecture on the significance of coding slowly and by hand. participants will learn how to do this kind of coding by example and with care. Equal attention will be given to HTML elements, CSS styles, and the content on the page. Through adding and styling the content of each other’s web pages students will learn the basic building blocks of making a website as well as what it feels like to code with and for each other.
Emma Rae Bruml Norton is a PhD student in NYU's Media, Culture, and Communication department. She studies histories of computing through philosophy of technology. She has taught interdisciplinary courses in the Code as a Liberal Art program at The New School, the Computer Science department at NYU, The School for Poetic Computation and the Mason Gross School of the Arts at Rutgers.