- Develop project management skills related to web design, such as:
- Gather date to identify customer requirements.
- Develop and present design specifications and concept alternatives.
- Create and refine preliminary design mockup.
- Plan and coordinate customer acceptance testing.
- Plan rollout.
- Develop the ability to communicate effectively to a wide variety of audiences, verbally, in writing and electronically by:
- Documenting application/site changes.
- Recommending web site improvements.
- Creating or adapting web site content.
- Updating web page content, integrating customer feedback.
- Developing and implementing usability testing.
- Demonstrate technical skills required of Web Designers through use of W3C standards, HTML5, Style Sheets, computer graphics, Client Scripting, Typography, User Centered Design, and Content Management Systems.
AAS–T degree outcomes include those of the Web Design certificate as well as the following general course outcomes:
- Demonstrate the ability to communicate effectively in various formats including written documentation, email, spoken word and address communication to an audience of differing knowledge and listening levels by utilizing appropriate terminology, schematics, electronic presentation and technical documentation; as taught in ENG 101 Composition and ENG 106 Technical Writing.
- Demonstrate computational and problem solving skills as applied to the computing industry; as exemplified in MAT 107 Math Applications or MAT 116 Math, A Practical Art.
- Demonstrate knowledge of human relations and team work as applied to the work environment of information technology industry in America and around the world; as taught in BUS 140 Customer relations, ITC 197 Internship.