The SuperHi x Lecture In Progress Scholarship
We're a creative coding school who believes learning can be made easier—and that includes easier to access.
SuperHi’s mission is to outfit creative and curious people with the tools they need to bring their work to the web. Our beginner coding course includes 8 weeks of go-at-your-own-pace content, a mix of digital and physical materials, 1-on-1 mentorship, and an intelligent code editor to make and publish your work quickly and easily.
What you can win
Who can apply?
This scholarship is open to people aged 25 and under.
Our courses are designed to give curious and inspired folks the tools they need to create beautiful things on the web.
Most of our students work in the creative industries – designers, strategists, photographers and copywriters are the most common jobs amongst our students – but a creative job is not a prerequisite for this course. Emerging creatives, students, and those looking to make a career change or add a new skill are encouraged to apply.
This scholarship is open to international applicants.
What you’ll need
A computer (Windows, Mac or Linux) with the latest version of Chrome installed and a broadband internet connection. That’s it!
Deadline: March 19th, 2018, 11:59pm ET
Winners will be selected by a blind review process, removing all personal and identifying information.
Make your application good!
A big thanks to our amazing partner for their time and effort. We’re excited to collaborate with them and all the work they do.
Lecture in Progress is a new creative resource launched in 2017 by the creators of It's Nice That. Covering design, illustration, photography, filmmaking, advertising and animation, it offers first-hand accounts, advice and insight into creative jobs and careers. It's currently free for students and takes a few moments to become a member – simply visit lectureinprogress.com to sign up.
Our students work at…
You don’t have to learn alone
Learning any new skill is difficult, especially if you’re trying to do it by yourself. As part of a course, you’ll have access to the help you need if you get stuck and reviews to help your code get stronger
It can be hard to learn best practices through Googling alone so every SuperHi project has a strong foundation that makes it easier to build upon. We also review your work to make sure everything is clean, maintainable and on track - no spaghetti code allowed!
We’re here to support you if you get stuck, either with any SuperHi project, any homework or even one of your very own self-initiated projects.
- Every video page has a Question and Answer to receive in-context answers quickly
- Get live Slack support — our team is distributed worldwide and we cover most hours of the day!
- Get 1-to-1 sessions via Skype or Hangouts with one of our expert instructors
- Request your own video tutorial – most of our videos are student requests
- Or drop us an email whenever you like!
At your pace, not ours
Our courses are designed with flexibility in mind. We know that people get busy with work or freelance, so if you don't finish a course in exactly the amount of time, that's cool, it will still be there for you. We never turn off access.
Dip in and out, or revisit them whenever you're ready to start learning again.
ApplyApplications will close on March 19th, 2018 at 11:59pm Eastern Time. Winners will be selected by a blind review process, removing all personal and identifying information.
Applications have now closed
Curious about how we teach?
We publish free video tutorials every week, explaining the best techniques in digital design.
How to let your users change the color scheme of your site
In this tutorial, we'll let our users change the background color of our portfolio website using HTML, CSS + JS as seen on the SVA Masters of Branding website
How to make an AR fashion filter for Instagram
In this tutorial, we'll talk about how to work with Spark AR, Facebook's tool for making a fashion-style filter mask for Instagram and Facebook camera. No code needed!
Mouse move glitch collage using HTML canvas
As seen on the Azab site (or when you win at Solitaire), it's fairly straight forward to create a glitch-style collage that draws the image again and again whenever your user moves their mouse. In this video, we build up how to make a site that has a HTML canvas slideshow that reveals each image on click and has a tweening movement.