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CUNY J-Camp: An Introduction to HTML and CSS for Use in the Newsroom
CUNY Graduate School of Journalism
219 W. 40th St.
“An Introduction to HTML and CSS for Use in the Newsroom”
Instructor: Josh Williams
A two-part series: 7 to 9 p.m., Thursday, July 12, and Thursday, July 19. Limit 20 students.
We’ll hand-code basic web pages from scratch; and discuss best practices, general design concepts, and how all of this works inside a larger framework, like a newsroom CMS. No prior HTML or CSS knowledge is required, though strong computer literacy is.
Josh Williams is a multimedia producer at The New York Times, where he works across the newsroom on a range of interactive presentations. He is also an adjunct professor at the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism. Prior to working in New York, Williams was a lecturer at the UC Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism, the new media projects editor at The Las Vegas Sun, a multimedia exhibit developer at the Smithsonian Institution, and a web developer at various Washington, D.C. nonprofits. Williams has a master’s degree in interactive journalism from American University and a bachelor’s degree in multimedia journalism from the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill.