Web Authoring and Website Design

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Advanced WWW, HTML, and CSS
Third part of a three-part series, the course introduces HTML5 and CSS3 advanced features. Learn how to code more interactive Web pages using HTML5 APIs for canvas drawing, drag and drop and media display. Create advanced pages using CSS3 style sheets. Suggested prerequisite: Intermediate WWW Authoring, HTML, and CSS or equivalent experience.

Interface Design & Usability
This course focuses on improving web site design using the Principles of Design in visual communication, and Human-Computer Interface (HCI) fundamentals. Students will learn the three types of usability evaluation, as well as design and critique mock web site interfaces. Suggested prerequisite: Introduction to WWW Authoring and XHTML and ITNW 6001 Photoshop 1.

Intermediate WWW Authoring, HTML, and CSS
Publishing, design, and layout techniques for websites. Utilizes techniques in animation, tables, and forms. Also includes application of tools for creating and editing a website. Introduces table design, forms, and frames construction. Hands-on experience in building complex web pages using techniques covered in class. Suggested prerequisite: Introduction to World Wide Web Authoring and XHTML,...

Introduction to WWW Authoring, HTML, and CSS
This course will focus on the use of the World Wide Web (WWW) and the creation of a home page. Web browsers and Hypertext Markup Language (HTML) are discussed. Students get hands-on experience building simple web pages in XHTML with hypertext links and graphics. Includes an overview of techniques that enhance and facilitate page creation. Suggested prerequisite: Familiarity with PC and browsing...

Responsive Web Design and Cross- Browser Compatibility
Responsive Web Design is a fundamental shift in design for multiple devices and screen sizes. Cross-browser compatibility lets us code feature rich sites that work with both new and old browsers. This course introduces flexible grid layouts and coding techniques used to keep up with constantly changing requirements. Suggested prerequisite: Intermediate WWW Authoring, HTML, and CSS.


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