Web designers are responsible for creating the look and feel of World Wide Web pages for a client’s website. This involves developing an interface design that effectively communicates the ideas being promoted by the website. A web designer may take part in the initial planning of a website, meeting with the clients to discuss ideas for the layout and organization of the site, and other matters concerning the overall design and accessibility of the site. Web designers may also be involved with programming and project management.
The work environments of web designers include working for large and medium sized corporations, web design and development firms, government agencies, academic organizations, non-profit organizations, and internet companies, or working as independent web designers.
Complete general education and other requirements for the associate degree and
Major requirements: 26 semester units
A grade of "C" or higher is required for each course applied to the major.
|DGME 102||Media Law and Ethics||3 units|
|DGME 103||Thinking Visually: Fundamentals of Two-Dimensional Design||3 units|
|DGME 167||Web Design I: Fireworks||3 units|
|DGME 168||Web Design II: Dreamweaver||3 units|
|DGME 169||Web Design III: CSS||3 units|
|DGME 165||Digital Animation: Flash||3 units|
|DGME 220||Typography||3 units|
|DGME 250||Digital Media Practicum||3 units|
|DGME 255||Portfolio||2 units|