AAD 167 - Web Design: Graphics
A Graphic Design course that provides instruction in various processes that involves the planning for, and designing of Internet-based information publishing. Introduces students to the theoretical principles of visual language and also affords the practical opportunity to apply the principles using modern Internet publishing tools. Topics include; image design and preparation, typography, viewer expectations, precedence (guiding the eye), navigation, usability and accessibility practices, and some techniques for the evaluation of web design.
- Course takes place within a Macintosh environment utilizing Adobe software.
- Students will be required to purchase art supplies and materials.
- Students may be required to print at a local service bureau.
Prerequisite: AAD 160, AAD 104 and AAD 105, or permission of instructor
Course Learning Outcomes
1. Design Internet-based information publishing.
2. Apply design principles using modern Internet publishing tools.
Course Offered Fall, Spring