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Course Spotlights: Web Design I, II and III

 

What will you learn in our web design sequence? Master instructor Mitch Gohman broke it down for us:

Web Design I: HTML & CSS
This class no longer focuses on Dreamweaver – in fact it allows students to use any software they wish to generate the code that builds websites. A great deal of the industry has moved away from Dreamweaver professionally, and it allows us to focus more on real-world web production techniques.

The backbone of this class is the relationship between HTML5 and CSS3. Students gain an intermediate understanding of this relationship to produce more compelling and modern web designs.

• S1: An Introduction to Web Design
• S2: CSS Selector Types
• S3: Relationships
• S4: Web Imagery
• S5: The CSS Cascade
• S6: Floats and Positioning
• S7: Project Review and Layout Conversion
• S8: CSS Navigations and Web Build
• S9: Advanced CSS Navigations
• S10: CSS3
• S11: Project Review and Workshop
• S12: Completion and Workshop

Web Design 2: JavaScript and jQuery
This class is about understanding user interactivity and making things move. Engaged experiences. We look at rollovers, swap images, slideshows, tabs, light boxes, banner ads without gifs or flash, parallax, AJAX.

• S1: JQuery Basics
• S2: Events and Animations
• S3: Swaps and Rollovers
• S4: Tabs and Banner Ads
• S5: Project Review
• S6: Degrading Gracefully
• S7: Parallax
• S8: Project Review
• S9: AJAX
• S10: Form Processing
• S11: Project Review and Workshop
• S12: Completion (Optional Attendance)

Web Design 3: Real World Application
Taking everything you learned from Web design 1 and 2, this course gives you the opportunity to tackle real world projects. You can look at the first 2 classes as training wheels, in this class the wheels come off and you are challenged to develop your skills through application. Imagine being guided through intermediate concepts, but also challenged to think beyond those concepts by applying what you have learned to your own creative solutions.

• S1: Course Overview and Refresher
• S2: Magazine Translation
• S3: Analysis and Class Development
• S4: eNewsletter
• S5: Analysis and Class Development
• S6: Drop Down Menus
• S7: Analysis and Class Development
• S8: Contact Us Email (with server-side and client-side form validation)
• S9: Analysis and Class Development
• S10: Parallax
• S11: Analysis and Class Development
• S12: Final

2 Responses to “Course Spotlights: Web Design I, II and III”

  1. raj February 4, 2012 at 12:09 am #

    how long will the whole cource be for ?

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