The Weltformat evening workshops, which take place for the first time this year, offer participants the opportunity to get to know certain design techniques. The short sessions offer insight into different methods and the possibility to experiment applying them.
Thu 3.10.19 / 6pm
Modellierraum, Rössligasse 12
During the Weltformat evening workshops, specific approaches and techniques will be presented to participants. Within a short time, designers will get to know new skills and their areas of application. The possibilities offered by these techniques will be demonstrated, as well as ways of incorporating them into one's own work.
Launched as a browser-based successor to Lehni’s Scriptographer plugin and used for high-profile web projects by The New York Times, FourSquare and Google Creative Lab, Paper.js offers a unique approach to working with graphics that in the words of Zach Lieberman “feels like coding directly inside a vector graphics programme such as Adobe Illustrator.” After an introduction to the fundamentals of Bézier paths and vector geometry, participants will learn how to use the Paper.js vocabulary to create intuitive drawing tools that can be used manually while responding dynamically to velocity or direction.
Requirements: Participants need a computer with any modern browser (supporting the Canvas object and EcmaScript 5). They are encouraged to experiment with Paper.js before the workshop.
Register for the workshop of your choice here.
The workshop costs CHF 50 for professionals and CHF 30 for students.
Lucerne School of Art and Design