WEB 2812 - Web Design III:Advanced Site Design
3 sem hrs cr
This problem-oriented course will teach the use of dynamic graphic elements to enhance web pages and sites. Advanced concepts in page layout and site optimization will be studied with emphasis on principles used to craft dynamic web pages that get noticed. The course exercises and projects will allow students to apply the principles of web design to their own sites that will be created in the course. Prerequisite: Practical knowledge of how the Internet operates, HTML code, web page design, graphic formats, and introductory knowledge of a computer graphics program and of website building with standard professional software is required. Pre- and co-requisites may be obtained through CIS 264; or COM 1000, WEB 1020 and INTC 1050 or MDT 2100; or equivalent knowledge and training.
In rare and unusual circumstances, a course prerequisite can be overridden with the permission of the Curriculum lead for the discipline.
Transfer (UT) or Non Transfer Course (UN): UN
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