NOVA COLLEGE-WIDE COURSE CONTENT SUMMARY ITD 210 - WEB PAGE DESIGN II (3 CR.) Course Description Incorporates advanced techniques in web site planning, design, usability, accessibility, advanced site management, and maintenance utilizing web editors software. Lecture 3 hours per week.

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NOVA

COLLEGE
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WIDE COURSE CONTENT SUMMARY

ITD 210

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WEB PAGE DESIGN II (3 CR.)


Course Description


Incorporates advanced techniques in web site planning, design, usability, accessibility, advanced site
management, and maintenance utilizing web editors software. Lecture 3 hours per week.

Course Prerequisites/Co
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requisites



ITD 110

Course Objectives


Upon completion of this course, the student will be able to:

• Add to knowledge of the basic web design concepts, features, and HTML conventions offered in Web
Design I.
• Use a versatile and visual editor.
• Create Web interfaces with client-side technologies and popular Web authoring tools.
• Create Web pages with emerging and existing technologies, such as XHTML, CSS, JavaScript, DOM,
XML, RSS, and AJAX.
• Learn advanced techniques for producing static and dynamic web pages, and commercial-level web
sites.
• Publish their work to a simulated or “live” web server using the latest File Transfer Protocol (FTP) or
Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP) technologies using topics to include advanced web page design,
animation, multimedia, site administration, templates, libraries, scripting, database integration,
application building, and CSS layering.

Course Content


• Web Design I Concepts Review
• Software Overview
• Site Architecture
• Advanced Web Design (tables, forms)
• XHTML
• Advanced CSS Design
• JavaScript
• Introduction to DOM, RSS, and AJAX
• Introduction to Extensible Markup Language (XML)
• Database integration (Access / ColdFusion / SQL)
• Producing web pages for web sites
• Publishing / Meta elements
• Templates / Libraries

Student Learning Outcomes


Web design concepts, features, and HTML conventions

• Understand the purpose of web design
• Define the target audience
• Understand site organization
• Develop effective site navigation
• Understand proper page design
• Use World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) to validate html
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• Understand Ethical Use of Information on the Web – The World Intellectual Property
Organization (WIPO) at http://wipo.org


Web Editors Software

• Use a text editor such as NotePad or TextPad to write html
• Use a web design tool such as Adobe Dreamweaver to create html

Site Architecture

• Understand hierarchical organization
• Understand linear organization
• Understand random organization
• Develop a diagram of the organization (site map / storyboard / site search)

Advanced Web Design (tables, frames, forms)

• Design web pages with Tables including spanning columns and rows

XHTML / Advanced CSS De
sign / JavaScript

• Utilize advanced CSS Design
• JavaScript including Control Structures, Functions, Arrays, Objects, Event Models

Introduction to Extensible Markup Language (XML)

• Understand how Extensible Markup Language (XML) works

Database inte
gration using

applications such as
:

• Microsoft Access
• Adobe ColdFusion
• SQL

Producing web pages for web sites

• Develop a static web page
• Develop a dynamic web page
• Develop a Commercial-level web site

Publishing / Meta elements

• Evaluate types of Web host providers
• Understand how to use File Transfer Protocol (FTP)
• Utilize Meta tags

Templates / Libraries

• How Templates work
• How Libraries work

Extra topics

• Animation (Introduction to Flash / Fireworks)
• Multimedia (Audio, Video)
• Usability and Accessibility