Seminar: Web Design Fundamentals
A one-day seminar that introduces participants to technical considerations that impact on Web design. Issues covered include cross-platform and cross-browser designing; the nature of WWW imaging; navigation and usability; and interactivity. Prerequisite for Web design courses.
What will be covered
- How the WWW fits into the Internet
- Components of a Web page and how they work
- Layers of Web design
- The basic elements of a Web page
- Languages of the Web
- Print imaging vs. Web imaging
- HTML or Flash?
- Essential tools for Web designers and developers
- Web design and development process
- Basic design principles
- Implications of user control on Web design
- Factors affecting download speed
- Usability and navigation
- How to conceptualize a usable, interactive Web site
Who should attend
All those planning to go into designing and building Web sites, either for hobby or for work. Web designers who want to further improve their Web pages or are still confused about the intricacies of the cyber media can benefit from this seminar as well.
Comments from attendees
The demo was conducted precisely, compelling and uncluttered. — Dan Villaflores (DirectWithHotels)
All the basics were covered in this one day seminar. — RMarga Tanchuling
It is very simple and organized. Easy to understand for a beginner. — Christine Payte
Gives encouragement to develop one’s ability and potential in web designing. — Illuminada Ellamil (Pitkin Petroleum PLC)
The seminar is practical for both pros and just to anyone who browses the net. Detailed, useful, informative, yet easy understood. — Rara Carrillo (HDI Network)
Examples given are relevant, instructor is good and explains topics well. — Carla Alegria (GordonMax and Co)
The seminar offers a well-rounded perspective in the world of web development. The speaker shows professionalism and talent. — Maedelyn Obispo (De La Salle University Dasmariñas)
The seminar was informative, comprehensive, and yet not oversaturating. Datu’s experience in the arts makes the discussion more relatable and graspable. — Patrick Ong (The Beacon School, Manila)
An eye opener to furthering my knowledge of Web design.— Bam Laurel (Campaigns & Grey)
It was able to relay important, vast and often times intimidating information in concise and digestible form. — Don Fruto Teodorico
(What I liked most about this seminar was) the information and the excitement it brought out in me. I can’t wait to create my own website. — Rex Lalata (Amway)
Very insightful. Even though I already knew some of the topics beforehand, the course still taught me a lot of new things. — Gio Puno
It gave me a clearer understanding of how a website works, its intricacies and complexities. — Ace Gorospe (Premiere Bank)
Eye opener. The speaker was generous in imparting his expertise. (This seminar) makes me want to pursue Web design. The fee was well worth it. — Zeny Isidro
The ideas were conveyed in simple terms. — Cecille Soria (University of Asia and Pacific)
Immersive, educational, structured. — Tony-Rome Balde IV (University of Santo Tomas)
- Mar 11 (Sat)
9 AM to 5 PM
PhP 2,795 (USD 70)
Includes materials, lunch and snacks.
Be sure to read the Registration Info before registering.