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ART 144

Introduction to Web Site Design

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ART 144 Introduction to Web Site Design

 

How to design Web sites in terms of content and structure. Designing effective graphics, proper use of links, typography and animation, and non-linear organization of subject matter. Study of effective sites in US and internationally. Course uses site construction software with some attention to HTML (not a programming class). Taught on Macintosh; skills applicable to PC environment.

 

  • Prerequisite: Familiarity with computer use (Macintosh or PC).
  • Hours: 3
  • Credits: 3

 

For anyone who wants to build a business or personal Web site or for students considering a career in Internet graphics.

 

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