will be due by Thursday, May 11 at noon. I will assume that the final version of the client project is located at the same URL as your BETA version. Please e-mail me if you have moved it.
I will be in the classroom between noon and 12:30 to collect your commentaries, or you can drop your commentary by my mailbox in Humanities 420 before 4:00 p.m. on that day (the office door may or may not be open after that time).
Remeber that no printout of the site itself is required.
will also be due by Thursday, May 11 at noon. Be sure to post the revision in a folder called "revision" (leave the original version as it was in its original folder), and send the URL to the Webx discussion "revisions."
A commentary will also be due by that same day and time. No printout of the site itself is required.
COMP 5230, section 1, #047832, "Quarter" 5.
In this class, you'll learn specific, creative techniques for combining text and images in electronic media like the Web. If you are interested in integrating design and writing in your career, don't leave UMD without this course. No prior knowledge of software is required
Using Dreamweaver, Photoshop and other digital tools, you'll experiment with
- finding a voice that speaks powerfully on the computer screen,
- telling stories in interactive hypertexts
- translating and visualizing print texts for an online audience
- layering words and images to create unique reading experiences,
- designing irresistible Web links, and more...