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TCID 373 Writing and Designing for the Web I

This course introduces students to the principles, processes, and techniques of front-end Web development. Students gain solid knowledge and practical skills in HTML, CSS, website genres, design patterns, Web writing, and usability. Students will analyze and build websites. Students must already possess basic satisfactory digital literacy, such as managing files and folders, and adding and removing programs.

Special information

Note: Formerly known as WRIT 373. Students are recommended to have completed Goal 01: Communication requirements. Students are responsible to both be aware of and abide by prerequisites for TCID courses for which they enroll, and will be administratively dropped from a course if they have not met prerequisites. Contact your advisor with questions.
4 Undergraduate credits

Effective May 4, 2021 to present

Meets graduation requirements for

Learning outcomes

General

  • Effectively communicate using language and concepts common to the web professional discourse community.
  • Able to analyze websites for effective communication in terms of writing, design, and structure and know what works and what doesn't work.
  • Able to edit existing sites directly from the code as well as do more technical editing on content management systems.
  • Achieve good user-centered design through the use of personas, usability testing, and other techniques.
  • Know how to create a basic website with multiple pages from the ground up using various authoring tools, including HTML and CSS.
  • Understand internet basics including the relationship between computers that store websites (the server) and browsers which view them (the client).

Fall 2022

Section Title Instructor
50 Writing and Designing for the Web I Menagarishvili, Olga Books Course details