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SYLLABUS Principles of Web Design Spring 2017 Course Description: This course focuses on the fundamentals of web design and development. As a student in this course, you will first be presented with an overview of the web design concepts. You will then learn about creating web pages with HTML5 and CSS3, working with images and hyperlinks, and creating interactivity. You will then move on to creating tables for data and layout and creating forms for capturing data. Finally, you will learn about creating page layouts and publishing a Web site. Additional topics include planning, designing and building a professional web site; typography and graphics; accessibility standards, multimedia and interactivity on the web; testing, publishing, marketing and maintaining a web site. Along with examining different coding strategies, this course will explore the advancement of Web site implementation, as well as, timeless problem solving strategies. Text/Materials: Textbook: Basics of Web Design: HTML5 & CSS3, 3 rd Edition Terry Felke-Morris (ISBN-10: 0133970744 • ISBN-13: 9780133970746) Photoshop/Dreamweaver CC – Library/Online Materials Instructor: Office: Room# 13-215 Phone: 646-312-3052 Office Hours: E-mail: Course Information Meeting Times: Monday and Wednesday 4:10pm – 5:25pm Location: Vertical Campus - Room: 4-175 Section: FMWA
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Adobe CC - Software located in the labs in the Vertical Campus Lab 11-125 and in the Library Building on the 6 th lab. Handouts: Additional handouts may be required. Instructor will provide information on obtaining this material.
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