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TCID 573 Writing and Designing for the Web II

This course builds on knowledge and skills learned in WRIT 373 (e.g., HTML, CSS, web writing) and expands training of technical skills and Web development strategy. Advanced topics include content strategy, responsive design for mobile interfaces, information architecture, user experience, and extensive training of HTML, CSS, JavaScript and jQuery. Elements of Web strategy and collaborative work are also covered. Students use professional software tools. Students must possess intermediate or advanced digital skills.

Special information

Note: Formerly known as WRIT 573. 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. It is recommended but not required that students complete TCID 373.
4 Undergraduate credits

Effective May 4, 2021 to present

Meets graduation requirements for

Learning outcomes


  • Ability to manage a web project from start to finish.
  • Able to create a multi-faceted website, including multiple pages from the ground up using various authoring tools, including HTML and CSS.
  • Achieve advanced user-centered design through the use of personas, usability testing, and other techniques.
  • Advanced ability to analyze websites for effective communication in terms of writing, design, and structure and know what works and what doesn't work
  • Advanced understanding of internet browser functionality and web servers.
  • Effectively communicate in the web discourse community using language and concepts common to the web professional.
  • Proficiency in editing existing sites directly from the code as well as doing technical editing on content management systems.
  • Understanding of corporate editorial web standards and demonstrated application of standards in class projects.
  • Work on a web project independently and collaboratively.