The 3rd session of the Online Identities Pilot Programme: The Objective Design Process
Last night saw the 3rd session of the Online Identities Pilot Programme: The Objective Design Process with mark Wells. Mark has shared his slides and started a forum topic here for those who would like to continue the lively debate, see here.
Some session feedback from the students:
"I found it useful to have concrete tools given to me to be able to analyse a website and pull the useful information out for me. It has made it easier for me to understand what i need to concentrate on for my own website and make sure the user can understand me and my work."
"Yes, the most important it outlined a criteria relevant to art students! Would prefer more examples of successful websites on next session, especially from practitioners."
"I found the process very useful as it taught me the questions I should be asking myself when designing my own website ad how to be sensitive to my audience's needs"
"Many thanks its great to have this as a resource and take some of the fear of life after uni!"
"Productive session, very engaging, feels like a good base point to continue on the other courses."
"The class was particularly well executed because the ideas were conveyed visually by looking at other websites and allowing us to see in practice what works and what doesn't. This is particularly important as I feel that as a designer I could easily identify with this and was not simply presented with an intimidating amount of coding which is difficult for me to understand."