WEB 236 Week 5 Summary
WEB 236 Week 5 Summary
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Date Created: 11/14/15
The best piece of this class I will take with me is the exposure to Dreamweaver and the basic concepts I have learned from it. And the fact that 5 weeks of training does not even touch the surface of the software's ability. What I like about it is its ability to interface and integrate the majority of the current technology today: plug-ins, media types such as CSS, Flash, Java, Fireworks, and even code such as PHP and C++. Add up and coming HTML5.0 to the mix, showing it is staying fresh, and you have an all-in-one place to create a web design. This is so important considering if one does a search on web design, the exorbitant amount of third-party stuff that is out there, it is mind-boggling. I have learned through the weekly assignments that this is a prelude to how a freelancer would do business, a RFP (Request for Proposal), so to speak. By evaluating a current company's web design, many elements come into play - site structure, intended audience, best practices for navigation, etc. These initial "implementation steps are required to determine the project goal, timeline, and scope. Once these are set and the company approves the preliminary findings, the fun part starts with the artwork, color scheme, coding and hierarchy of the website. I think with a few more months of practice with building my own sites, I may be able to freelance some projects myself. This class has provided an excellent foundation and a clear, systematic approach to developing a website, just like it would be in the real world.
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