(Thanks to Prof. Sasha Geist)
CLASS WILL BE IN ZOOM (video call)
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Meeting ID: 879 7789 4617
In this course, students will learn the necessary technical skills to create meaningful web sites that showcase their strengths as designers. Students will build websites that demonstrate their ability to wield HTML and CSS, as well as an understanding of web design aesthetics and usability. Students will also learn how to troubleshoot and solve technical issues.
(Thanks to Prof Noreen Whysel )
For the successful completion of this course, students should be able to:
- Design the branding and style of a web site, with a consistent look-and-feel throughout. Students will demonstrate competency by using graphics software to design multiple design options.
- Introduction to semantic HTML to create static web sites. Learn how CSS is used to properly format text on a page. Students will demonstrate competency by cleaning up code by hand, and layout of type using CSS.
- Use graphics in appropriate file formats, to create a unique and compelling website. Students will demonstrate competency by slicing up a design file into appropriate optimized file formats and combine with CSS for a seamless design.
General Education Outcome covered:
How the outcome is assessed:
Writing: The student will demonstrate the ability to write clearly articulated thoughts in a professional, informed manner.
Evaluate how well students absorbed and consequently applied the learning though graded written portions of projects.
Information Literacy: The student will demonstrate the ability to find proper resources.
Assess through class discussion and written tests if students have developed the ability to find information through proper resources.
Oral Communication Speaking: The student will demonstrate the ability to articulate himself using relevant industry-specific language
Evaluate through class discussion and /or written tests if students use appropriate nomenclature to defend creative, critical and technical decisions in project concepts and development.