I’m still working on the projects on Free Code Camp, though very slowly, and often I get stuck going in the wrong direction. Most recently, I have created a cat-shaped calculator, and I’m still working on the Pomodoro clock project. MLS commented that half the time spent on the zipline projects are actually research, which is surprisingly true.
View the demo on Codepen.
I’m currently learning PHP (and SQL, but it’s not a language) at work — and absorbing a lot from the more senior designers. I tend to not think about scale, since I’ve mostly worked on small projects, so this is something I’ve been trying to put into practice.
This book recommends a software that doesn’t exist anymore as the main part of the tutorial. Borrowed it from the public library; don’t buy.
I’m not entirely sure where this will go. When I was asked by my mentor why I was interested in the Learn IT, Girl program, I was a little hesitant in my answering. I am interested in programming for fun, and hopefully to use towards an interactive art practice in the future, and learning web development seems like a detour in itself. But I really am enjoying myself, there are challenges I can’t solve alone (in a timely fashion).
It exists. *I don’t own a Macbook, despite the drawing.
I’m a little interested in motion graphic design (and maybe VR) in the future, but as usual, one step at a time.
Monster Hunter Valentine’s~
And some Fire Emblem ones.
Gif that didn’t turn out so well.
Still debating whether to get a Skillshare account to take a few courses. Some are free. Though, there’s also registering with RGD to consider…