How to hand in
- Some assignments may require email; others may require
written material. For those requiring e-mail, send e-mail to me
containing plain text (not an attachment) showing your work.
some cases, the message may consist of answers to questions, in other
cases. it will likely require the submission of (programing
assignments) your source code.
- For this class, my email address is
For this week
Web standards for
(part of Open GL), W3C vs W3Schools
Color systems for computers: HSL
, CIE, Indexed Color
Human vision and color perception. linguistic and cultural
(from Jason Davies),
objects in SVG
: polygons, paths, curves
gradients, clipping and masks
Other examples to consider (web graphics):
For later weeks:
Assigned Reading-- the
class web page and links leading from it.
"Reading" for the purposes of this class, requires
understanding the material sufficiently to
Assignment #1. Due
Tuesday, March 13: Send email (using the proper format) to the
instructor verifying that you're in the class! Also, please
review the above topics (from vectors and pixels through computational
geometry) and list, in order, the five topics you would like most to
learn about this semester.
- be able to explain it
tested on it
- have working familiarity with all vocabulary. This may mean
locating, reading and understanding reliable print
- all material on or linked to from the class web page
(unless the link is marked "fun" or "cool" or similar).
Assignment #2. Due Tuesday,
March 20th. Send me (though email) the source code (plain text) of a
<script> of the web page) should, when the button is clicked,
take the words contained in the first textarea and display them in
alphabetical order inside the second textarea.