980px

WEB202 » Schedule (Spring)

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

Week One (04/03 – 04/07):

Lecture: Syllabus, Schedule, Resources, Projects & The User Experience
Reading: (Garret) Ch. 1 & 2

Week Two (04/10 – 04/14):

Lecture: Site Objectives & User Needs
Reading: (Garret) Ch. 3
Due: Site Pick

Week Three (04/17 – 04/21):

Lecture: Functional Specifications & Content Requirements
Reading: (Garret) Ch. 4
Due: Site Objectives & User Needs

Week Four (04/24 – 04/28):

Lecture: Information Architecture & Interaction Design
Reading: (Garret) Ch. 5
Due: Functional Specifications & Content Inventory

Week Five (05/01 – 05/05):

Lecture: Interface, Navigation & Information Design & Finding Your Product
Reading: (Garret) Ch. 6 & 8, (Tidwell) Ch. 34
Due: Information ArchitectureInteraction Design

Week Six (05/08 – 05/12):

Lecture: Buying Your Product
Reading: (Tidwell) Ch. 8
Due: 
Home, Category & Product Page(s) Wireframes

Week Seven (05/15 – 05/19):

Lecture: Visual Design
Reading: (Garret) Ch. 7, (Tidwell) Ch. 11
Due: Shopping Cart (Forms) Wireframes

Week Eight (05/22 – 05/26):

Lab: Wireframes User Feedback Survey
Due: Wireframes User Feedback Survey

Week Nine (05/29 – 06/02):

Holiday: Memorial Day
Lab: Why aren’t you done yet?!
Due: Visual Design

Week Ten (06/05 – 06/09):

Lab: Why aren’t you done yet?!

Final Week (06/12 – 06/16):

Monday will be open lab. Your Project Presentation will be held on Wednesday, June 14th from 7:15PM to 9:05PM in room BE3156.

Due: Protosite

* 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.

Comments are closed.

css.php