A Brief Summary of Comm Lab Web

It occurs to me that I never got around to posting anything about my Comm Lab Web class, mostly because everything was on the web already. Here is a brief summary for documentation purposes:

Recipe: http://itp.nyu.edu/~ka1019/Comm_Lab_Web/recipe.html
Our first assignment was to use a recipe we found on the internet to create an HTML page. Later, we added CSS styling and used Javascript to make a mouseover image (i.e. the image changes when you roll your mouse over it).

Simple Contact Form: http://itp.nyu.edu/~ka1019/Comm_Lab_Web/contact.html

CSS Contact Form: http://itp.nyu.edu/~ka1019/Comm_Lab_Web/contact2.html
Same contact form, but restyled with CSS. It’s amazing the difference that CSS makes.

High-Low Card Game: http://itp.nyu.edu/~ka1019/sinatra/example4/hi_low
My first project designed with Sinatra. This is the final version of it, complete with working suits and card names. There was quite a learning curve with this one, but the end result is awesome.

Choose Your Own Adventure: http://itp.nyu.edu/~ka1019/sinatra/example4/adventure
This is kind of silly, but it’s another good demonstration of what you can do with Sinatra routes.

Add Contact: http://itp.nyu.edu/~ka1019/sinatra/example3/
Adding the contact adds a new database object. It also displays a list of contacts previously added.

Survival Poll: http://itp.nyu.edu/~ka1019/sinatra/example3/survival
A poll to discover students’ favorite survival tool for ITP. You can see the names and votes of participants after voting.

Final Project: http://itp.nyu.edu/~ka1019/sinatra/finalproject/
For my final project, I redesigned my website. This is an unfinished prototype, but I hope to have a completed version by the end of winter break.