This program prepares students with the skills necessary to be competitive in the web design industry. Students learn design theory and multimedia applications to develop web advertising and marketing materials. Upon completion of this course, students are proficient in creating, developing and publishing web design projects.
Students work individually and in teams to create real-world projects. Students create their own individual website promoting their design and photography capabilities that includes
a portfolio page of images created in class. The curriculum includes training in a copyright laws and valuable applications that are commonly used in the industry, such as InDesign and Dreamweaver, in addition to other graphic arts tools.For announcements and updates about the Web Design program, text evit to 90210.
|Course Code ||MM40 |
|Length ||2 semesters |
|Recommended Prerequisites ||EVIT's Introduction to Multimedia course or equivalent course or experience; at least 6 high school credits, including 1 Science, 1 Algebra and 1 English credit: all 'C' or better; on track to graduate or a plan for a graduation; 2.0 GPA or equivalent standardized test scores. |
|Average Entry Level Salary ||$40,000-$75,000 a year, depending on location and industry |