A range of high-quality resources for Electronic Engineering and Computer Science are available on the web. For subject specific resources look at these guides:
- General links
- Computer Sciences
- Creative Computing
- Electronic Engineering
- Digital Media, Multimedia
- Web development
Coding (inc software & physical computing)
Processing: An extensive resource for the code editor Processing, including download of the software, and lots of guides and video to support the user.
Creative coding for the curious mind: Community for designers, artists, educators and coders who like to experiment with algorithmic design.
The Coding Train: A collection of Youtube videos with coding challenges and interviews. There is a range of software used while creating the code in the videos, including Processing and p5.js.
Daily Art: Art project updated on daily basis, by the London-based artist Saskia Freeke, mostly created in Processing and the Hype Framework.
Hype: Coding framework usable within Processing.
Kobakant DIY - How to get what you want: Wearable technology documentation which enables the individual to do it themselves, created by the collective Kobakant.
Nature of Code: Freely available guide to Processing authored by Daniel Shiffman.
Data sources & visualisation
Awesome Public Datasets: Repository of freely available datasets in a range of areas.
Density Design Lab: Documents the Research Lab in the Design Department of the Politecnico di Milano. Focusing on “the visual representation of complex social, organizational and urban phenomena”
The Functional Art: The info-graphic and data visualisation journalist and artist Alberto Cairo’s weblog.
Guardian's datablog: An active blog about the world around us focusing on the data and statistics, which describe it; from the Guardian.
Information Is Beautiful: Visual blog funded by the British journalist and information designer David McCandless, alumni of Westfield College, include a wealth of info-graphics, which explains and explore the world in innovative ways.
ODI - Open Data Institute: A rich resource, which documents the work of the Open Data Institute.
DAM - Digital Art Museum: An online resource for the history and practice of digital fine art.
Rhizome: Born-digital art institution, which hosts digital exhibitions.
Victoria and Albert Museum - Digital Art & Design: Explore the museum’s digital collection.