Course Description: This project-based course continues the exploration of web development, expanding from XHTML with an introduction to server-side programming and content management systems. The development of business-oriented web sites often requires the web designer to plan for accessing, storing and retrieving information from the server. The actual programming and scripting languages will remain flexible to reflect the latest industry standards. Emphasis is not on the syntax of programming but on problem solving, specifically as a course for web designers.
FTP Information: How to Use Your Space on LearningWebDesign.net
I’ve been blogging about our experience in Web III during the spring semester of 2019. Check out these articles:
- The Education of a Web Professional: The Design Sprint (Part 2)
- The Education of a Web Professional: A Hands-On Semester (Part 1)
This course also includes a heavy professional development component which I’ve explained in depth in this post: GIFTS: Fostering Professionalism in Applied Communication Courses: Making Sense of Dollars and Cents – Project Details