Advanced HTML5: wireframing, display of information, CSS, font control, Divisions, tables, images, absolute and relative positioning
CSS Media Queries
Common devices

Interaction Cycle: 
Motivation -> Action -> Reaction -> Satisfaction

Up until this point we really did not care about the way the user was going to interact with your projects. You were experimenting, understanding the possibilities of CSS3 / HTML5.

But from now on, ALL of your projects must follow the Interaction Cycle.
You must create your projects centered on USER EXPERIENCE (UX) and USER INTERACTION (UI) as explained in the powerpoint presentation we will all watch in class>

You must read the PDF excerpts of the following books available on Blackboard:
The Design of Everyday Things, Don Norman
Don’t make me think, Steve Krug
Understanding Comics, Scott McLoud