This portion of the Premium Design Works website is written by Mike Sinkula for the Web Design & Development students at Seattle Central College and the Human Centered Design & Engineering students at the University of Washington.
This is just a reminder, clarification, shameless plug that Special Topics ITC298: Usability Research Methods will run again this Spring 2017 quarter. Read More »
This Teacher's Assistant position is a great opportunity to give back to your educational community. The Teacher's Assistant will be responsible for participating in lecture conversations and performing hands on training of enrolled students during lab sessions. Read More »
If you are a Web Development student looking to sign up for ITC210 this Summer or Fall 2016 quarters, you will need to sign up for WEB210 (item #3244) instead. Web Design track students will continue to sign up for WEB210 (item #3244). Read More »
Non-Profits, Artists and Educators Needed to Participate as Website Clients for Summer & Fall 2016 »
It's getting closer to the Summer 2016 Quarter here at Seattle Central Community College. That means the WEB210 - Advanced Web Design class will be running again soon. Therefore, I am calling for non-profit organizations, artist and educators to participate in this class as a Client during either the Summer 2016 or Fall 2016 Quarters. Read More »
This is just a reminder / clarification / shameless plug that ITC298: Usability Research Methods will run again this Spring 2016 quarter. Read More »
Are you interested in research methodologies that influence design decisions? Then you should take the Design Research Methodologies class taught by Laura Barboza this Spring! Read More »
The fall quarter ITC 298 Special Topic will be Responsive Web Design. Prerequisite WEB 120. Tuesday/Thursday 1:00pm - 2:50pm.Read More »
DES 114 (Photoshop & Illustrator) with Chris Sullivan will be running this fall! You should register for it!Read More »
We have several courses that are running very low enrollment numbers and in danger of being cancelled.Read More »
It looks like Chris Sullivan's DTP 101 is back and visible for the Spring 2012 quarter. He will be covering Illustrator, Photoshop, InDesign and possibly Fireworks.