Courses/Workshops

ICC565: Designing Interactivity

Course offered at S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications, offered to both undergraduate and graduate students, focusing on combining web design and entrepreneurhip.

Topics covered: HTML5, CSS3, Responsive Web Design, javascript, jQuery, PHP, Photoshop, Twitter API, Google Maps, and Wordpress.

ICC575: Advanced Web Design

Course offered at S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications, offered to both undergraduate and graduate students, exploring ways to combine Wordpress, jQuery, popular APIs, and javascript frameworks.

Topics covered: Wordpress, Responsive Web Design, jQuery, Twitter API, Foursquare API, Instagram API, Google Maps API, and data visualization.

IST523: Graphic Design for the Web

Course offered at the School of Information Studies, offered to both undergraduate and graduate students, focused on training students to become frontend developers.

Topics covered: lessons in design principles, typography, layout, Responsive Web Design, Photoshop, Indesign, HTML5, CSS3, javascript, and jQuery.

Syracuse University Project Advance (SUPA)

Course offered through Syracuse University, offered to high school students for college credit, focused on learning the HTML and CSS fundamentals of web design.

Topics covered: HTML5, CSS3, Responsive Web Design, and Wordpress.

BeIT: Web Design Workshops

Weekly workshops offered to both undergraduate and graduate students, focused on learning advanced web design topics.

Topics covered: Wordpress, jQuery, Responsive Web Design, and programming swipe gestures.

Web Design Fridays

Weekly workshops offered to select undergraduate and graduate students, focused on learning advanced web design topics.

Topics covered: Wordpress, jQuery, programming swipe gestures, PHP/MySQL, and programming with popular APIs (Twitter, Instagram, etc).

Content Management Systems

Programming Languages

  • HTML5
    <canvas>
  • CSS3
    animation-duration: 5s;
  • Javascript
    if (target == true) {
  • jQuery
    $(document)
    .ready();
  • PHP
    <?php echo $products[0] ?>
  • MySQL
    SELECT * FROM Customers