WEB 215: Intermediate Interface Design
In this course, students focus on intermediate Web interface and design techniques that include whole-site design, alternative layout styles and more complex preparation of images for Web development. Topics include designing for specific clients and audiences, alternate layout strategies and intermediate graphic and interface design principles. This class challenges students to incorporate different design strategies, technologies and Web styles into digital interfaces. This course contains material previously taught in INP 154.
Level I Prereq: Academic Reading and Writing Levels of 6; INP 152 or WEB 115, minimum grade "C"
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