A handful of super-early-bird tickets for my new workshop on sale for one hour only on Thursday at 11am
Still calling it the Internet Of Things? Well that’s OK, but I’m calling it Stuff That Talks To The Interwebs or ST4I from now on, just to be contrary.
And I’ve put together a brand new course that teaches you everything you need to know about making IoT… I mean ST4I prototypes! And for one hour only on Thursday at 11am, I’m selling a handful of super-early bird tickets.
I ran it for the first time last week for the lovely folks at Clearleft, and it seemed to go really well – everyone seemed very excited about the cool kit of stuff worth over £150 which has loads of sensors, motors, lights, buttons and an Arduino Mega and Adafruit wifi shield. Basically all the kit you could possibly want to make your connected prototypes.
Super Early Bird Tickets start at only £349 for freelancers – and that includes the kit! Happy Christmas! For a reminder email, give us your email address on the ST4I page.
My workshops in Brighton are brilliant fun and I love running them (just two tickets left for my next ones!) but the fact is that many of you just can’t physically get here. I’ve long been thinking about how best to put them online and now I have a plan!
I’ve teamed up with my friends at Smashing Magazine to set up small bite-size CreativeJS workshops, and there are currently 2 workshops available, and each one is a highly digestible 3 hours long.
And the best part – they’re only €69 each!
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And in this 3 hour online workshop, I’ll show you how to make graphics that respond to user input with fluidity, naturalism and beautiful motion. You will learn the maths behind quality animation to help you create slick user interfaces or even games.
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And if you’d like to hear about future workshops, sign up to the mailing list. The online workshops are a bit of an experiment but I think it’ll be a lot of fun. See you there!
After a super fun but busy year on lots of new projects, I am pleased to announce a couple of new Brighton workshops.
And secondly, back by demand, CreativeJS for Designers for creative people with absolutely no JS experience whatsoever. In my view it’s the best way to learn to code – each coding construct is represented with graphics examples.
Both workshops will be run in Clearleft’s gorgeous new studios on Middle Street.
They go on sale on Tuesday at 11am – if you want a reminder email, register your interest on the training page.
To hear about future workshops sign up to the mailing list.
If you’d like me to come to your company for in-house training, drop me a mail.