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Columbian College of Arts and Sciences
Corcoran School of the Arts and Design (CCAD)
Interactive Web Design I
Interactive Web Design I
Fall 2015
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This course offers a technical and conceptual introduction to web design. Topics covered include visual design; the fundamentals of website structure and navigation; accessibility and usability; writing HTML and CSS; and content management systems. Projects examine the web as a platform for both client-driven and self-published work.
objectives − Build websites using handcoded, standards-compliant HTML/CSS − Apply fundamental design principles to the web − Examine the differences between print and interactive media − Study usability, accessibility, and user-centered design methods − Develop a web design process that involves iteration and experimentation − Examine the role that interactive media and networks play in society

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