IT 236

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Syllabus Axia College/ College of Information Systems & Technology IT/236 Version 6 Web Design I Copyright © 2012, 2009, 2007, 2006 by University of Phoenix. All rights reserved. Course Description This course introduces effective Web design principles and the essential role of the Web designer in today's business environment. Topics covered include site architecture, page layout, navigation, content, functionality, and usability. Students will evaluate existing Web sites and apply best practices to prototype a unique design using a Web authoring application. During this class you will develop the skills to plan a Web site by creating a Project Proposal for a five-seven page Web site. Refer to Appendix A for details on the…show more content…
3.2 Create a Web page using Adobe® Dreamweaver®. 3.3 Explain design principles for effective Web site navigation. 3.4 Prototype various layouts of a home page and secondary pages. Reading Read Ch. 4 of Principles of Web Design. Reading Read Starting Up of Dreamweaver CS6 Digital Classroom. Reading Read Lesson 1 of Dreamweaver CS6 Digital Classroom. Reading Read Lesson 2 of Dreamweaver CS6 Digital Classroom. Reading Read Lesson 3 of Dreamweaver CS6 Digital Classroom. Reading Read this week’s Electronic Reserve Readings. Participation and Discussion Questions Participate in class discussion by posting a total of 6 notes over 3 or more days. Initial answers to the Discussion Questions count toward the participation requirement. All Week 20 Exercise Toolwire® Tutorials and Lab: Create a Web Page Resource: Toolwire® Lab Complete the Toolwire® tutorials. Complete the Toolwire® Lab: Create a Web Page Submit the Toolwire Lab file to the as a zip file attachment in the Assignment Section of the Classroom Day 5 30 CheckPoint Project Proposal: Page Design Resource: Project Proposal Build from your Week Two Project Proposal. Visualize the page design for your site by creating two different page layouts for the home page and a secondary page. Identify the placement of headings, navigation, text areas, images, etc. Submit both layouts. (A total of four pages.) This may be accomplished using Microsoft® Word program,
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