Class Availability – Spring 2018

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ART 229: Interface Design I

ART 229 Interface Design I provides a foundation of interface design skills, techniques, and principles necessary to design visually effective, user-friendly web sites. Through lessons, demonstrations, and hands-on projects, this course explores how the fundamental elements and principles of graphic design are applied through the design process for creating interactive interfaces. Students go through the analysis, information architecture, conceptual planning, and visual layout designing stages of the web design process and document their findings through client documentation and presentations.
3.000 Credit hours
90.000 Other hours

Syllabus Available
Schedule Types: Studio

Arts & Sciences Division
Humanities Department

Gen. Ed./Focus:
DA – Diversification: Arts

Must be enrolled in one of the following Majors:     
      New Media Arts

Undergraduate level ART 125 Minimum Grade of C


Important Registration and Withdrawal Deadline Information

01/12/2018 Last day to register
01/12/2018 Last day to receive 100% tuition refund
02/01/2018 Last day to receive 50% tuition refund
02/01/2018 Last day to drop (No "W" on transcript)
04/02/2018 Last day to withdraw from class ("W" on transcript)



Prerequisite(s): ART 125 with a grade of "C" or higher; satisfactory completion of the Graphic Design entrance portfolio review or acceptance into a NMA AS concentration.

Recommended Preparation: Successful completion or concurrent enrollment in ART 128 Interface Programming I.

Comment: ART 229 may not be audited.


Course Details

Term: Spring 2018
CRN: 33711
Subject: Art (ART)
Course Number: 229
Course Title: Interface Design I
Instructional Method: Distance – Completely Online
Credits: 3
Gen. Ed/Focus: DA
Grading Options: Standard Letter A-F, or Credit/No Credit
Instructor: Christopher Gargiulo
Course Dates: 01/08-05/11
Meeting Times:
T Th 1:45p-4:15p Koa 103 01/08-05/11

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