WEB105 » Syllabus

Class: Working on a Web Project
Quarter: Winter 2017
Times: T/Th from 5:00pm to 6:30pm in room BE3175
Credits: 3.0
Class Hours: 33
Type of Course: Workforce Education Preparatory
Length of Course: 11 weeks
Prerequisite: WEB110 (or concurrent enrollment)

Course Description:

This course provides an overview of the principles of a web design and development project in the context of strategies, documentation, functions, workflow, processes, and overall project and client management.

Course Goals:

Through lectures and assignment exercises, students will gain a hands on experience with various project management, client and customer relations and communication techniques as they relate to different roles that each member working on a project team plays in the web design industry necessary for a project’s success.

Course Outcomes:

Upon successful completion of WEB105, the student will be able to:

  • Explore the different web-related career paths and skill sets required to succeed in various web-related career positions
  • Develop documentation of the project scope in terms of the client’s needs and the needs of their users
  • Use project management strategies to successfully plan and complete major web-based projects
  • Communicate effectively (orally and in writing) the terms and specifications of a web-based project
  • Use the terminology in the web industry
  • Describe the types of work and critical-thinking strategies associated with each position in a web team
  • Use (appropriate) software to effectively give written and visual presentations

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Evaluation Methods:

Assignments will create an overall Class Project worth 90% of your grade:

  • Assignments require critical thinking and problem solving skills
  • Assignments will be “due” according the class Schedule (Fall) or Schedule (Winter)*
  • Students are responsible for assignment information on assignment pages
  • Students are also responsible for assignment information given in class
  • Assignments will be marked down 25% for every week they are late

*Students must check the schedule before asking the instructor, “When is this due?”

A Final Exam will be worth 10% of your grade:

Student Conduct:

It is the intention of SCCC to provide both a safe and nurturing environment for students, faculty and staff. To maintain and promote that environment, the college subscribes to a specific code of conduct, which is in accord with the Washington Administrative Code for all public institutions.

ADA Statement:

Students with documented disabilities requesting class accommodations, requiring special arrangements in case of building evacuation, or have emergency medical information the instructor should know about are asked to contact the disability support services office (DSS) in Rm. 1112. Once the disability is verified with DSS you will be given a letter of accommodation that should be to handed to your instructor.

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.

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