ART323: Web Design

About This Course

This course will teach students how to design and develop websites using HTML and CSS, with an emphasis placed on responsive, mobile-ready design. Students will become familiar with the basic tools of web development, including text editors, FTP applications, and browser web inspectors, and will develop an understanding of the fundamental principles of standards-based web design. Skills developed in this course will allow students to design, develop, and trouble-shoot a variety of static websites. Prerequisite: one art course, CSC 115 or permission of the instructor.

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Course Prerequisites

3 credit hours

CSC115: Computer Science I

Developing algorithms to solve problems and using the computer as a means to implement algorithms and to automate tasks. The course includes the study of a modern computer language along with the programming paradigms that it represents. Topics include variables, control structures, data structures, objects and reuse of code.

Students must also have taken at least one ART course. Otherwise, permission of the instructor is required.

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