JTC372 - Web Design and Development
The JTC372 course will provide a foundation for those who will work in developing or managing web sites. Topics covered include standards-based layout, beginning to intermediate Cascading Style Sheets, graphics preparation and design principles.
This course is intended to provide an overview of current tools and technologies appropriate for prospective communication professionals. Students are required to develop an original web site project that provides practical experience in current practice in web development.
The course will make extensive use of Adobe's Brackets Code Editor and Photoshop.
This syllabus is subject to change. An updated version will always be available at the course web site (www.jtc372.net). A printable version of this syllabus is available at www.jtc372.net/syllabus-printable.html.
Office Hours: By Appointment
Phone policy. Cell phones are to be silenced and put away during lecture. Course grades will be severely affected if this policy is not adhered to.
|Jan 18||No Class. University Holiday|
|Jan 20 (Remote)||Course Introduction|
|Jan 25 (Remote)||Project Ideas||HTML Review|
|Jan 27 (Lab)||Brackets|
Section 1 (CRN 21199)
1 pm - 2:40 pm
Section 2 (CRN 12742)
3 pm - 4:40 pm
Section 3 (CRN 15574)
5pm - 6:40 pm