Web Design and Technologies (DECO2102)


This unit introduces students to web design and modern web technologies for the purpose of designing and prototyping web-based user interface solutions. Students will learn about design principles and patterns for the web and apply them in practical exercises that involve designing and creating interactive web applications. The unit will introduce web-based markup languages and frameworks for various media and platforms, such as desktop computers and mobile devices, with a focus on interaction design. Students will develop an understanding of web technologies and their role in user experience and interaction design, such as the use of web technologies for prototyping user interfaces. Prototyping techniques covered in this unit include: scripting and markup languages for enabling dynamic content and interactive designs, such as HTML, CSS, and JavaScript.

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Lecture 1 hr/wk; tutorial 2 hrs/wk; studio 3 hrs/wk for 7 weeks


Web Design Assignments (80%); Quizzes (10%); Participation (10%)

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Cross-institutional study

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