This past year has been chaotic for everyone. Think through how you might remember this past year and how you might communicate it to people in the future. Develop a set of 10 images that function as a series – while they’re all different images, they should feel like they belong to part of the same collection. Once you’ve landed on a clear collection, assemble it into a hand coded website.
- Try to think past the obvious associations with the year and think about how your collection offers a different perspective that only you have to offer.
- Consider formal qualities and techniques that can help unify the imagery (color, photographic treatment, size, crop, content)
- How should the images be organized on the website? How does the impact change when you can see the entire collection right away vs. one at a time?
- Do your images speak for themselves or do they need additional content? Consider adding captions and a title for additional context.
- HTML and CSS website
- 10 images that you’ve either created or modified on your own.
- Develop a narrative through images
- Consider what makes images from various sources feel unified
- Think through website organization
- Familiarize ourselves with HTML and CSS
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