Designers who can code have a competitive edge. It gives them a new way of exploring their materials, a different tool for communicating their ideas, and a richer understanding of the possibilities of technology.
But teaching yourself to code is hard! Most learning materials assume that you’re already a developer or that you want to become one. They don’t tell you how to use code in your design work.
If you’re a designer, this course is for you. In one intensive day it will teach you how to make interactive prototypes in a web browser, not how to become a web developer. As part of a small group you will play with code and get a taste of how you can use it in your work.
Tickets are £235 per person.
This workshop is for designers with no coding experience — if you’re an absolute beginner who wants to find out whether coding can help you with your job, this is for you!
A web browser is a versatile tool for interactive prototyping. Everyone has a browser, so anything you make is easy to share. Building prototypes in a real material is helpful for exploring what’s possible.
A full day of hands-on learning in sunny* Brighton. Lunch, drinks and biscuits are included. You’ll also receive an ebook version of the workshop so you can refer back to it.
* subject to last minute changes
I’m Nat Buckley, a designer, technologist and teacher. I work with the web and teach beginners how to code. I’ve taught designers at Goldsmiths College and University of Creative Arts Epsom.
You can find out more about me on my portfolio site.
Tickets are transferrable but cancellations are non-refundable. If you can’t make it, I can help you find someone to give or sell your ticket to.
If you’re not satisfied with the workshop, I’ll give you your money back.
Email me at email@example.com.