Assignment Description: For this assignment, you will team up with two other class members and create a holiday card. In coordination with Chapter 8, you'll use objects to do so.
To keep us in a thematic range, you are limited to any holiday that comes in November-December. Examples are Thanksgivigng, birthday, Christmas, Hanukkah, and Kwanzaa, although that's not all of them.
Here's the hooray in this! You finally get more than 20 minutes to work on a project with classmates, although you'll do it on your own time.
I understand that expressions in a greeting card is an individual thing, but you may need to forgo that for this assignment and think of yourselves as a mini-Hallmark company as your team decides which card theme to use.
Begin by signing up in OAKS to join a group.
Further Guidelines and Requirements:
- Make sure that every Processing assignment has the following lines at the top as a comment:
Assignment #, Your Names, and Date
- Comment liberally throughout the program.
- Use at least 3 classes.
- At least one thing must be animated in some way. (Of course there are many possibilities such as a snowman, simple turkey, ornaments shaking, teddy beer, sleigh, Santa Claus, candles flickering, on and on.)
- Create a shared Google doc where each teamate will do a brief writeup to describe anything about the experience. The writeup doesn't need to be major. About 50 to 100 words from each member will suffice. You'll simply provide a link in Oaks comment for me to read.
What to Submit:
- Upload a zipped file of the following to OAKS dropbox entitled “Group Card”.
- In the Oaks Comment, provide a link to the shared Google doc.
Think about it and I'll ask you on Wednesday when you think it should be due.
UPDATE: As agreed:
The due date for 12:30 class is November 11, 2020, Wednesday
The due date for 01:30 class is November 13, 2020, Friday
OK, these are kind of pathetic examples because when I created them, I did not have this assignment in mind. However, these will give you some general idea of what can be done in Processing.
The deer in this one is a PNG file, which you are not allowed to use.