3 semester hours
The course is an introduction to the design of web sites for large institutions for graduate students having a range of academic backgrounds. The course focuses on the design of a web site’s overall information architecture. These architectural concepts include content organization, labeling system, navigation system, and search system. Usability and accessibility of web sites will be explored. The course includes a hands-on component. Students will learn the basics of constructing web sites through a series of exercises using Adobe/Macromedia Dreamweaver. In addition HTML, XML, and relational database technologies will be introduced.
Per James Vorbach, choose one of the two Dreamweaver texts shown depending on the version of Dreamweaver you are using. Purchase Dreamweaver text directly from IconLogic (www.iconlogic.com/net.htm) to receive a 20% discount. The code necessary for the discount is MULGEN2021140.
Please email instructor for information.
Also note, students taking online courses get free shipping on textbooks ordered through the St. John's University Bookstore -- choose ‘Queens/Bartilucci/Online’ as your campus when ordering your books online and put the words "Online Learning" in the comment section. If you encounter any problems ordering online, please email firstname.lastname@example.org, or call the bookstore at 718-969-6032.