Introduction to Web Design and Computer Principles

Resources

As a student of New York University and a resident of New York City, there are many resources available to help you succeed in this course and make the learning process enjoyable!

Office Hours

Monday and Wednesday, 3:00–3:30 p.m.
Room 424, Warren Weaver Hall

Tutoring

Tutors will be available on campus throughout the semester. The tutoring schedule will be posted here by the second week of classes.

Academic support is also available through the University Learning Center.

Additional Selected Resources

Atom
Free and open-source text editor for Mac, Windows, and Linux; developed by GitHub

Audacity
Free, open-source, cross-platform software for recording and editing sounds

Creative Commons
Nonprofit organization that enables the sharing and use of creativity and knowledge through free legal tools

GIMP
Freely distributed software for such tasks as photo retouching, image composition, and image authoring

Inkscape
Free and open-source vector graphics editor that uses SVG as the native format

The League of Moveable Type
A foundry and hand-picked collection of open source Web typography

Off Book
Web-original series from PBS Arts that explores diverse art forms supported by online communities

Notepad++
Free, open source text editor for MS Windows that supports several languages

Scribus
Professional layout and publishing software, released for free under the GNU General Public License

TextWrangler
Free text editor for Mac OS X

A Timeline of the History of the World Wide Web
Key dates, browsers, technologies and ideas

W3C CSS Validation Service
Check the cascading style sheets of Web documents

W3C Markup Validation Service
Check the HTML of Web documents

W3Schools
Free tutorials in all Web development technologies