Internet Dynamic Environment Design
Wield HTML5 and CSS to create web pages. Set up an online store using a content management system. Develop themes in WordPress. Apply your creative and technical thinking to produce an active front-end interface for a small to medium business.
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At the completion of this subject students will be able to:
- analyse existing websites for key features
- use a variety of techniques to create sophisticated websites
- use an appropriate content management system to create a dynamically populated website
- learn the advantages of creating a your own content management system 'from scratch'
- design and build appropriate custom interfaces for commonly used content management systems.
- An Introduction to Content Management Systems (CMS)
- Planning your e-commerce site
- Researching your market & creating a sitemap and wireframes
- Designing your website in Photoshop
- Slicing your Photoshop file
- Building a website from scratch in HTML5 & CSS
- Setting up a shop in your CMS
- Creating a theme from scratch
- Wordpress theme development tutorial Part 1
- Wordpress theme development
You cannot enrol in this subject if you have successfully completed any of the following subject(s) because they are considered academically equivalent:
You must have successfully completed the following subject(s) before starting this subject:
CUR-DIG252-Internet Interactivity Design, or CUR-NED35 ;
No special requirements
- Website Prototype (30%)
- Final Website (40%)
- Preproduction documentation (30%)