Your website can make or break your business or personal endeavors. No matter what you use your website for, you can benefit from one of our featured Web Design courses. Learn more and register today.
Skilled web designers are adept at crafting sites to provide an optimal viewing experience — easy reading and navigation with a minimum of resizing, panning, and scrolling — across a wide range of devices (from desktop computer monitors to mobile phones). Topics: creating a layout on a flexible grid, responsive navigation, adaptive images, and media queries.
Class begins Monday, Feb. 25.
This course is designed for artists interested in color theory fundamentals and the practical application of color in graphic design. Learn about the color wheel and color harmony as well as the basics of the psychology of color. Understand how color is created and managed using the most common graphic design software applications and devices.
Class begins Tuesday, Feb. 26
Study the current guidelines and requirements for making a website accessible to users with disabilities. Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act establishes guidelines for government agencies, and the W3C has published specifications for web designers. Students will learn ways in which users with disabilities access websites and receive hands-on tips and techniques for making websites accessible.
Class begins Tuesday, Feb. 26.
Learn the process of building a website and the various tools you can use. In this class you will explore the planning tools, text editors, authoring software, online tools and content management systems used by web designers. You will learn to apply your knowledge of HTML and CSS code to use these tools to build a website step-by-step.
Class begins Tuesday, March 5.
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Last Updated February 20, 2019