- Lesson 1 Basics of Design
- Lesson 2 Elements of Design, Part 1
- Lesson 3 Elements of Design, Part 2
- Color, Graphics and Fonts
Week 2: Design Principles Part 2
- Lesson 1 Applying Concepts and Elements to Design
- Lesson 3 Finding Design Ideas
Week 3: Page Layout - Navigation
- Lesson 1 Principles of Effective Navigation
- Lesson 2 Navigation Techniques
- Lesson 3 CSS and Navigation
- Lesson 4 - Making navigation and orientation easy
Week 4: Accessibility
- Lesson 1 Understanding Web Accessibility
- Lesson 2 Comparing WCAG/WAI and Section 508
- Lesson 3 Accessibility Guidelines
- Lesson 4 Assistive Technologies
- Lesson 5 Validation Tools
- Lesson 6 Tables and Forms
Week 5: File Management
- Lesson 1 Site Organization
- Lesson 2 Naming Conventions
- Lesson 3 Version Control
- Lesson 4 Content Management Systems
Week 6: Working with Clients
- Lesson 1 Focus on the Customer
- Lesson 2 Design Process Part 1
- Lesson 3 Design Process Part 2
- Lesson 4 Development
Week 7: Testing
- Lesson 1 Testing your Site
- Lesson 2 User Testing
- Final Project: Build a Website
- Completion of the HTML course (H101) or XHTML course (H401) or equivalent previous html experience can attend. Material covered in the H101 class will not be covered again in this course.
- Completion of the Introduction to CSS (H151) or Introduction to CSS3 (H154) or equivalent previous CSS experience can attend. Material covered in the H151 or H154 classes will not be covered again in this course.
- Students must have webspace available to post assignments, and the ability to post their homework in that webspace.
- Student browsers should be equipped with the latest Flash Player as some presentation will be in video format. Students will need at least two browsers, Firefox, Safari, Chrome and IE are recommended for testing.
- FTP software for uploading assignments, such as WS_FTP at an HTML editor such as Dreamweaver or a text editor such as Notepad for hand coding. Although not required, students will find it helpful to have a photo processing application such as PhotoShop or PSP and drawing program such as Illustrator.
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- Non-Member Price: $240.00 US
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How eClasses Work:Instructors post lectures, reading selections, and hands-on assignments once a week in the online classroom. Students can discuss the assignments with the instructor and amongst themselves in the classroom area. This format has no set meeting time, which allows students to attend class at a time most convenient to them, yet still provides logically organized communication between class participants. Students can apply for the completion certificate after finishing the class. Web Study certificate is also available. Click on the Certificates link on the top navigation bar for more information.