This course will take you through processes of researching, planning and designing the 'architecture' of a website. You will learn how the planning detail and graphic design of web-pages directly relates to the way users interact and experience websites, ultimately determining their effectiveness and functionality. Based on the 'architecture' plan for the website, you will complete production of graphic designs for a series of web-pages.
Assessment tasks require you to plan and apply your graphic skills to the design of websites that provide an internet presence for non-profit agencies and people in need. By the end of the course you will have completed the graphic design of an entire website, and have the conceptual and practical skills, and confidence, to develop further web designs.
You will need at least a basic understanding of Adobe Photoshop before enrolling in this course. Students do not need any knowledge of web-programming. In addition, to undertake this course students should have completed, or have, at least one of the following:
Knowledge and skills in graphics media design and processes or equivalent
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