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TECH025: Introduction to Web Design

Credits: 0.5 units/5 hours
3 Evaluations, 3 Projects, 3 Progress Tests

This course will introduce students to various aspects of Web design, from the environment and tools used to create a Web site, to promoting and maintaining a Web site over time. Students will learn how to develop a plan for the structure of a site, how to use color and composition effectively, and how to make information easy to find. The uses of multimedia and interactive elements in a site will be discussed, as well as how to analyze the metrics generated as a site is visited. This course requires Internet access. Students will be required to develop and submit the pages of a Web site in this course.

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Textbook: Web Design: Introductory (ISBN: 9780538482400)

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