DMA 263 Web Design I • 5 Cr.
Students learn to use WYSIWYG web editing tools, such as Dreamweaver or others, to create and manage web sites. Topics include design standards, creating navigation, asset management, ways to customize and extend functionality, and introduces the concepts of dynamic web content and scalability for various devices. Prerequisite: DMA 107 or PROG 109 at BC with a C- or better, or instructor permission. DMA 263 replaces DMA 165. Either DMA 263 or DMA 165 may be taken for credit, but not both.
After completing this class, students should be able to:
- Explain and apply the features and elements of the Web HTML editing tool
- Design Web pages with clean HTML source code using HTML editors
- Apply Web tool libraries and templates to achieve a uniform look to the Web site
- Create, edit, and format text
- Import and customize images
- Edit and maintain the Web site using the site-management tools
- Create and edit tables, frames, and forms
- Customize the Web tool
- Describe basic concepts for making Web sites dynamic
- Explain how device screen size and formats impact web site display
- Fall 2014 (current quarter)