Digital Media: Web Design

This course will not be offered in Summer 2019. Visit our course schedule for a list of courses available

During this 1-week course, participants will be provided a foundational introduction to Web Design ideation, aesthetics, construction, and operation. Objectives for this course will be to achieve a basic understanding of HTML markup and Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) for the construction of a website while exploring the ideation, design and development with an emphasis on aesthetics and usability.

 

Faculty: Brian Daley, Assistant Professor-in-Residence, Digital Media and Design, UConn School of Fine Arts

Brian Daley joined the Digital Media & Design program in Fall 2017. Prior to becoming a full-time faculty member, Brian served as an adjunct lecturer for several years in the Web & Interactive Media Design concentration.

For nearly 20 years, Brian has been creating for web and mobile platforms as a freelancer and a web developer with University Communications at the University of Connecticut. His work includes projects like the UConn homepage and UConn Health, as well as many other high-profile digital marketing campaigns and websites.

 

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Digital Media & Design, School of Fine Arts, UConn

Web Design/Interactive Media Design undergraduate concentration provides its students with the skills and creative adaptability to work professionally and independently in the web and interactive media design spaces. This concentration engages students in creative approaches to web/application design and development, locative media, interactive and wearable electronics, interactive installation and performance, interactive narratives, and the Internet of Things. The concentration is an interdisciplinary area of study drawing from art, design, business, communications, literature, and computer science. Simply put, this concentration aims to create what the industry has affectionately dubbed  “unicorns” due to their scarcity: equal parts designer, creative problem solver, and programmer. Drawing upon their experiences, graduates will be prepared to pursue careers as web or mobile designers and developers, interaction designers, UX designers, creative technologists, programmers, interactive installation and public space artists, among others.

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Location: UConn Storrs Campus

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