Welcome to the Class Wiki for Interactivity Design 1 YSDN 1006

Checklist for Submitting Project 3

To help make sure you have completed all the components for the Project 2 use the following checklist to as a guide and make sure:
  • updated your individual Activity Log to includes dates, description and link to your wiki participation as required
  • provide links to your submitted work on digital locker > - Clearly indicate the location of all project components
  • go over all of your work and make sure that it functions and is in the correct location -really important
  • be sure that you spellcheck and proof read your copy for errors, inconsistencies and grammar
  • have another person walk through your piece and have them give some feedback ...this really helps.
  • make sure you have an index.html in the root of the folder and colour code.... the first document in your file structure
  • de-bug and go through things to get them working and displaying in the way you intended
  • check file names ,clean up and delete uneeded files
  • organize and document process work (wireframes, visual comps, etc) in your digital locker space or website

Organize your work in a way that is straightforward and seamless to provide your instructors and others with a favorable user experience.

This wiki is the class community space for Interactivity Design 1 YSDN 1006, a first year course in the Bachelor of Design Program offered jointly between York Universityand Sheridan College Insititute of Technology and Advanced Learning. It also serves as central meeting point for the course including projects, updates, scheduling, resources, commentary and other relevant material that informs and promotes class activities.

If you are registered in the course but not yet a member of this wiki, please request a membership (in the upper left corner) by putting your name and student number in the request box. A message will be sent to the wiki organizer and approval should be quick.

This space is meant for students of YSDN 1006 and editing is limited to class members. Visitors are welcome and if you have any comments regarding this wiki or general questions about wikis in education, feel free to drop a line by email to the Course Director David Gelb.

Check this page often for announcements and updates.

NOTE: Check out the news page for important information on saving your projects to the Wiki.

Digital Locker

To access through the mac: through the finder menu do this
go>connect to server>type in: "afp:digital-locker.design.yorku.ca">course groups>1006mw09>choose your lab number
See here for more details as to setting up your web pages

Or if for instructors to hand in your projects:
go>connect to server>type in: "afp:digital-locker.design.yorku.ca">ptysdninstructors>course instructor>public>drop box