Course
code CS456
credit_hours 3
title Graphics Design for Web Pages
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prequisites AR115, CS333
credit hours 3
Describtion/Outcomes This course introduces students to the problems and solutions of creating original graphics for the Web. Using computer applications, students will design images for background, text, graphics, navigation and animation. Students will learn to use appropriate colors, file formats and compression methods in crating graphics and layouts specific for the web world.
Throughout the course students will be involved with the technologies used to create graphics for the web page along with case studies for the benchmark internet sites which demonstrate using graphics design for the web.
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objectives Upon completion of this course, students should be able to:
1. Understand the different format of web images.
2. Understand the basics of web page design.
3. Understand the principles of Home Page Design.
4. Apply CSS in web page formatting.
5. Apply and Analyze the benchmark software packages as Photoshop and Flash Products.
6. Create animated GIFs.
7. Apply ASP and PHP to make dynamic designs.
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ref. books 1. Jason Beaird, The Principles of Beautiful Web Design, 2nd Edition, SitePoint, 2010.
2. Penny McIntire, Visual Design for the Modern Web, 1st Edition, New Riders Press, 2007.
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textbook Vicki Ellen Wolper, Artistic Web Design Using Adobe Dreamweaver and Photoshop: An Introduction, 1st Edition, Jones & Bartlett Learning, 2010.
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