Web Design

The Web Design Program provides comprehensive training in web design and associated software technologies in a project-based learning environment.

Courses in this program focus on applying web design methodologies to a variety of mediums, from branding and corporate identity to advertising campaign development, digital illustration and photography. In this program, students deal with real world clients’ demands, industry professionals’ needs, and gain an advanced understanding of essential software and hardware implemented in this field.

This program offers new opportunities for those who are interested in mastering web design and its integration in a programming environment.

GENERAL GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS (15 credits)
CODE DESCRIPTION PREREQUISITE CR.
WEBD 410 Intermediate Web Page Design II GDP 440
3
WEBD 420 Web Design III WEBD 410, Co. WEB 430
3
WEBD 430 Web Design IV WEBD 410, Co. WEBD 420
3
WEBD 440 Web Design V WEBD 430, Co. WEBD 450
3
WEBD 450 Web Design VI WEBD 430, Co. WEB 440
3
Course Descriptions
WEBD 410
Intermediate Web Page Design II
This is an intermediat level course that introduces the fundamental concepts of programming to web design students. The course starts with an introduction to variables, functions and conditional statements and their application in the flash scripting environment. Concepts like movie clip buttons and single frame websites with be shown, as well as scripted animations and behaviors. The end result would be a modern, multimedia website with interactive, scripted sections.
Prerequisite: GDP 440
WEBD 420
Web Design III
This intermediate level course covers game programming concepts using the Flash platform. Action script scripting strategies will explore several algorithms to create different types of games. The game types in this course range from space shooters arcades to games of chance. The course will also stress design techniques to create modern game levels with compelling graphics. The game types in this course range from space shooters arcades to games of chance. The course will also stress design techniques to create modern game levels with compelling graphics.
Prerequisite: WEBD 410, Co. WEB 430
WEBD 430
Web Design IV
In this advanced level course, students will be exposed to advanced game production concepts like Artificial Intelligence and multiple input devices. The course will stress on multi-level games with custom interfaces to automate the level creation process. Advanced design techniques will show how to incorporate 3D graphics with flash vector artwork.
Prerequisite: WEBD 410, Co. WEBD 420
WEBD 440
Web Design V
This intermediate level course will present database programming concepts in combination with php programming to produce dynamic, database-driven websites. The created websites will feature sections like blog pages, membership systems, guestbook, as well as many others, incorporated into a design framework. The result would be a modern website that meets the requirements of demanding clients.
Prerequisite: WEBD 430, Co. WEBD 450
WEBD 450
Web Design VI
This is a design course covering techniques in motion graphics using the After FX platform. The course covers methods in broadcast design and trailer production. The material will discuss the use of expressions and simple scripting to create advanced, automated design elements. Animation will also be discussed in depth using a variety of platforms, with special focus on TV program design and promotion. promotion.
Prerequisite: WEBD 430, Co. WEB 440

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