Event Organiser: Sydney PC User Group (SPCUG)
Please note that there is an attendance fee of $5 at all meetings.
For visitors & non-members, first-time visits are free, but for later visits there is a $10 charge.
At this meeting the Web Design Group’s leader, Steve South, will talk about a free graphic web design program called Serif Webplus Starter Edition which allows a web page to be constructed as a graphic design in a similar fashon to which pages are constructed in Microsoft Publisher. Steve will show what the program has to offer by creating a few pages of an imaginary web site.
The group will then turn their attention to the “boilerplates” and “templates” that are used to construct web pages.
The main differences between boilerplates and templates will be discussed and some examples of each will be compared.
If time permits the group may look at a video which explores a new approach to the way sites are created by asking the question “Do we need to have pages?”
The Web Design Special Interest Group will meet on the 1st floor of the Sydney Mechanics’ School of Arts on 18 April at 2PM.
Visitors are always welcome.