MID128 Web front-end design
MID131 or a 30 ects other relevant media studies.
This course looks at the client side of webdesign. Focusing on the visual design and user experience, the class covers how to work methodologically from idea to finished webpage.
In accordance with the national qualification framework the student has reached the following learning outcomes:
The candidate has knowledge of:
designing websites for different platforms (mobil, desktop).
structuring content on the web (HTML5).
designing wegpages (CSS3 / graphic design).
working methodologically with design.
The candidate knows how to:
use Adobe Creative Suite to create design sketches and elements of
webpages, focusing on usabillity
structure content on webpages, using HTML
control the appearance of content on webpages, using CSS.
The candidate can:
plan and execute a webdesign project.
- structure content using hypertext
We use problembased and student-active methods for learning. Activities will be a combination of workshops, seminars with industry specialists, online selfpaced learning and web projects working both individually and in groups.
During the term, each student will submit three mandatory assignments. These assignments have to be approved before the student is allowed to take the exam.
The exam consists of a portfolio where each student chooses two of the three assignments, in addition to a written report of 1500 - 2000 words.
Grading will be done in accordance with the Regulations governing studies and examinations at Volda University College.
The course will be evaluated in accordance with the University College’s routines for quality assurance.
|Form of assessment||Grouping||Duration||Type of duration||Grading scale||Proportion||Comment||Supported material||Scope|
|Portfolio||Individual||1||Semester||A-F, A is the best grade and E is the lowest passing grade||100||The grade from work requirement 1, assignments specified in the semesterplan.|
|Form of assessment:||Portfolio|
|Type of duration:||Semester|
|Grading scale:||A-F, A is the best grade and E is the lowest passing grade|
|Scope:||The grade from work requirement 1, assignments specified in the semesterplan.|