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1 Requisite Approval must be attached CITRUS COMMUNITY COLLEGE DISTRICT DEPARTMENT Fine and Performing Arts COURSE NUMBER ART 267 TITLE World Wide Web Design II THIS COURSE IS CLASSIFIED AS: DEGREE APPLICABLE UNIT VALUE 3 LECTURE HOURS PER WEEK BASED ON 18 WEEK SEMESTER 2 LAB HOURS PER WEEK BASED ON 18 WEEK SEMESTER 4 ENTRANCE SKILLS, PREREQUISITES, OR CO-REQUISITES Prerequisite: ART 167. CATALOG COURSE DESCRIPTION Advanced application and integration of WEB language and software on specific projects. Students to work on creative, applicable utilization of various programs including, but not limited to HTML, JAVA software, Macromedia Dreamweaver, Fireworks and Flash along with Adobe PhotoShop. Emphasis will be placed on design, animation, quality, and application employment-related situations. This course may be taken two times. Two hours lecture, four hours lab per week. CSU CLASS SCHEDULE COURSE DESCRIPTION Advanced application and integration of WEB language and software on specific projects. Students to work on creative, applicable utilization of various programs including, but not limited to HTML, JAVA software, Macromedia Dreamweaver, Fireworks and Flash along with Adobe Photoshop. Emphasis will be placed on design, animation, quality and application to employment-related situations. May be taken two times. CSU COURSE OBJECTIVES Upon successful completion of this course, the student should be able to: 1. apply the elements and principles of art in Web page design

2 ART 267 World Wide Web Design II Page 2 2. demonstrate knowledge of color theory and its application on the Net 3. exhibit an understanding of design and layout, and their application in Web page design 4. exhibit and understanding and sensitivity to typography and its relevance in Web page design 5. use applicable Web design software and languages including, but not limited to HTML, JAVA software, Macromedia Dreamweaver, Fireworks, Flash and Adobe PhotoShop 6. manage files, disks, and programs using the system software packages 7. understand the operation of windows as an operating system and how it interfaces with the Net 8. exhibit competence of hands-on skills including sketching, type indication, and story board and flow chart creation in a creative and logical manner REQUIRED TEXTS AND MATERIALS Designing for the Web, Niedherst, 1996 Instructor handouts The reading for this course is: PRIMARILY COLLEGE LEVEL REQUIRED ASSIGNMENTS OUTSIDE OF CLASS Over an 18 week presentation of the course three hours per week are required for each unit of credit. Two hours of independent work done out of class are required for each hour of lecture. Students will be required to complete the following types of assignments outside of the regular class time: Study Answer questions Practice skills Read required materials

3 ART 267 World Wide Web Design II Page 3 Observe activities related to course content Participate in activities related to course content DEGREE APPLICABLE COURSE: 2 hours of independent work done out of class per each hour of lecture or class work, or 3 hours lab, practicum, or the equivalent, per unit. COURSE CONTENT This is a studio course dealing with advertising and presentations techniques applied through the Worldwide Web. Application of Web design to include interaction with servers, browsers, and screen calibration. Additionally, the elements and principles of art, color theory, typography, graphics and layout techniques, 2D animation and Web presentation, using Dreamweaver, Fireworks, and Flash programs, will be creatively explored in the environment of the Net. I. What are the Components of a Web Site and What are Its Capabilities/Possibilities? II. III. IV. What is the Future of the Web Applications of the Elements and Principles of Art, Design and Layout, Color Theory, and Typography on the Web Implementation of Various Software Computer Programs and Web Languages and Their Interaction V. Web Projects of Portfolio Quality Exhibiting and Understanding of a Web Presentation and Its Appropriateness of Presentation on the Net METHODS OF INSTRUCTION Lecture/Laboratory METHODS OF ASSESSMENT FOR DEGREE APPLICABLE COURSES: Students will be graded, at minimum, in at least one of the following categories. If "essay" is not checked, it must be explained why essays are an inappropriate basis for at least part of the grade in the course. ESSAY OR SUBSTANTIAL WRITING ASSIGNMENT Includes not only "blue book" examinations but any written assignment of sufficient length and complexity to require students to select and organize ideas as well as to

4 ART 267 World Wide Web Design II Page 4 explain them. COMPUTATIONAL OR NON-COMPUTATIONAL PROBLEM-SOLVING Critical thinking should be demonstrated by the solution of unfamiliar problems that admits various solutions or various strategies for achieving the solution. SKILL DEMONSTRATION A course grade may not be based solely on attendance. Adopted: March, 1999 Revised: March, 2000 Revised: January, 2001 Revised: March, 2001 Revised: August, 2001 Revised: February, 2002 Revised: April, 2002 Revised: April, 2003 Revised: April, 2004

5 REQUISITE APPROVAL The Requisite Approval form must be completed for any course that carries a prerequisite, corequisite, or limitation on enrollment as indicated on the Course Approval form. Department: Fine and Performing Arts Course number: ART 267 Title: World Wide Web Design II I. RECOMMENDED REQUISITE(S): Prerequisite: ART 167. II. TYPE OF REQUISITE AND THE APPROPRIATE LEVEL OF SCRUTINY. CIRCLE THE APPROPRIATE LETTER: B. SEQUENTIAL/CONCURRENT Include in the content review a comparison of the skills, concepts and information taught in the first or concurrent course to those required at entrance for success in the second course. III. CONTENT REVIEW. FACULTY SHOULD BASE CONTENT REVIEW ON THE SYLLABUS AND OUTLINE OF RECORD, TESTS, RELATED INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS, TESTS, AND GRADING CRITERIA. CHECK THE APPROPRIATE BOX TO INDICATE THAT THE CONTENT REVIEW HAS BEEN COMPLETED: For courses to be used as requisites or advisories, compare the knowledge and/or skills needed at entry with those taught in the requisite, concurrent, or advisory course. A. LIST THE SPECIFIC SKILLS, CONCEPTS AND INFORMATION REQUIRED FOR SUCCESS IN THE COURSE: 1. Ability to program in HTML. 2. Expertise to create GIF and JPEG files in PhotoShop. 3. Knowledge of Home Site and FrontPage software. B. LIST THE SPECIFIC SKILLS, CONCEPTS AND INFORMATION THE STUDENT WILL ATTAIN IN THE REQUISITE COURSE OR THAT WILL BE MEASURED WITH THE REQUISITE TEST:

6 REQUISITE APPROVAL ART 267 World Wide Web Design II Page 2 1. Ability to program in HTML. 2. Expertise to create GIF and JPEG files in PhotoShop. 3. Knowledge of Home Site and FrontPage software. NOTE: Per District policy and procedures the completed and approved Requisite Approval form is considered to be part of the official course outline of record.

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