Education · processing/p5.js Wiki

Education · processing/p5.js Wiki:

“This is a place for p5.js related teaching resources — links to syllabi, workshop materials, helper tools for teaching / classroom. Feel free to add things you create here (just click the ‘Edit’ button). For examples and demos without related syllabi or teaching materials please see the contributed tools page.

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Teaching CSS grid to newcomers

Teaching CSS grid to newcomers:

“Another thing I found myself doing was using all sorts of analogies that were not web-related to get my point across. Sometimes, teaching feels like refining a stand-up routine (omg, I did it again), because as I rack my brain to explain things as simply as I can, new ideas pop into my head.

So these are the CSS-related analogies I used thus far:”

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Create titles and graphics with the Essential Graphics panel | Adobe Premiere Pro CC tutorials

Create titles and graphics with the Essential Graphics panel | Adobe Premiere Pro CC tutorials:

“Easily create titles directly on your video using the Type tool in the Essential Graphics panel in Adobe Premiere Pro. Add shapes, text, images, and video to layers that you can rearrange and adjust with tools you’re familiar with from other Adobe Creative Cloud apps. Add motion or effects and export your titles as Motion Graphics templates that you can share via Creative Cloud Libraries.”

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Tips and techniques for editing a music video | Adobe Premiere Pro CC tutorials

Tips and techniques for editing a music video | Adobe Premiere Pro CC tutorials:

“In this tutorial you’ll learn some great tips for assembling your clips on the Premiere Pro timeline, creating a multicam sequence, and making cuts in that sequence. You’ll also see how easy it is to edit to the beat using markers, adjust colors with the Lumetri Color panel, and explore speed ramping where you slow down or speed up a clip to give your video a dramatic effect.

If you want to follow along with this tutorial, download the exclusive, uncut music video footage and work with Premiere Pro to create your own edit of the video for Imagine Dragons’ hit song, ‘Believer.’”

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