Students will be able to use the following knowledge by the end of the Web Design Course:
Understanding wireframes, including mockups, and user requirements is key.
You should also be able to comprehend the design aspects involved in web development.
Learn HTML5, the content formatting for a web page, and the history of HTML.
Understanding responsive web design and device-agnostic design is essential.
CSS3 Styling is not to be missed. There are also 3 types of CSS files: internal, external and inline.
This allows you to use advanced CSS techniques such as transitions and animations.
You will be able to create a responsive HTML/CSS web page.
A basic understanding of scripting is also required.
You should also be able to understand web page frameworks like Bootstrap.
Additionally, you should be familiar with hosting (FTP), and how to maintain a website.
Learn the basics of SEO. Adwords, coupled with Google Analytics.