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Students will on average spend 10 hours per week over the teaching period undertaking the teaching, learning and assessment activities for this unit.
Scheduled learning activities:
4 timetabled hours per week, 6 personal study hours per week
Other resource requirements:
Access to a Computer, Notepad++, Google Chrome, MySQL, W3Schools PHP Server
This unit familiarises students with the web design process. Students will prototype screen-based designs using scripting and markup languages such as HTML, CSS. Also, students will be introduced to the concepts, language, requirements, and procedures that support the liaison between designers and technical specialists by using coding and other software-based techniques to build and manage a website.
Unit learning outcomes (ULO)
On the successful completion of this units student will be able to:
Demonstrate the ability to use the HTML and CSS programming language.
Resolves written HTML and CSS codes.
Administer already designed pages via HTML and CSS codes.
Demonstrate appropriate experience in interacting between a website and a server.
Become familiar with graphic design principles related to web design.
Understand how to plan and visualize a webpage pre design phase
Topics to be included in the unit
Web Design Basics and Principles
Introduction to HTML with Webpages
Images, Tables, and Lists
Background and Form
Introduction to Cascading Style Sheets
Introduction to PHP
Interactive Pages: Searching
Authentication: Login Sessions
MySQL in Webpages
Webpage Publishing and Hosting
Further Presentation Issues
Grading and weighting (% total mark for unit)
Indicative due week
Assessment 1: Class Participation
Assessment 2: Individual Assignment
Assessment 2: Group Assignment
Assessment 3: Final Exam
Final exam week
The assessment due weeks provided may change. Your lecturer will clarify the exact assessment requirements, including the due date, at the start of the teaching period.