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WEB105 » Schedule (Fall)

All assignments are “due” by (or before) Friday at 3:00pm of their scheduled week.*

Week One (09/26 – 09/30):

Lecture: Overview, Workflow & the Core Process
Reading:  (Goto) Chapters 1 & 2, (Sinkula) A Website Project Workflow that Works

Week Two (10/03 – 10/07):

Lecture: Defining the Project 1
Due: Find a Client
Reading:(Goto) Chapter 3

Week Three (10/10 – 10/14):

Lecture: Defining the Project 2
Reading: (Goto) Chapter 3

Week Four (10/17 – 10/21):

Lecture: Defining the Project 3
Reading: (Goto) Chapter 3

Week Five (10/24 – 10/28):

Lecture: Defining the Project 4
Reading: (Goto) Chapter 3

Week Six (10/31 – 11/04):

Lecture: Developing Site Structure 1
Due: Client Survey, Maintenance Survey, Technical Specifications
Reading: (Goto) Chapter 4

Week Seven (11/07 – 11/11):

Lecture: Developing Site Structure 2
Due: Client (User) Specifications & User Profile
Reading: (Goto) Chapter 4

Week Eight (11/14 – 11/18):

Lecture: Visual Design, Producing & Building
Due: Communication Brief & Task Estimate
Reading: (Goto) Chapter 5 & 6

Week Nine (11/21 – 11/25):

Lecture: Meta Data
Due: Sitemap & Wireframes
Reading: (Sinkula) Search Engine Optimization (SEO) in WordPress without Using a Plugin

Week Ten (11/28 – 12/02):

Lecture: Quality Assurance Testing & Usability Testing for Your Website Interface
Due: Meta Data
Reading: (Goto) Chapter 8

Week Eleven (12/05 – 12/09):

Lecture: Launch & Beyond, Review for Final Exam
Reading: (Goto) Chapter 7 & All of your notes and the whole book over again. Twice.

Final Week (12/12 – 12/16):

The Final Exam will be held held (01) Wednesday – December, 14th from 11:00am to 12:15pm in room BE3156 (02) Wednesday – December, 14th from 7:40pm to 9:10pm in BE3175.

* Students are also responsible for changes to the schedule that I make verbally in class.

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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