Web Design Introduction

Learn Web Design in this Four Credit Course at the University of Minnesota, Minneapolis Minnesota Twin Cities Campus.

In this class you will learn the Web design process by mastering the four phase process of site development: plan, design, launch, and publish. Learn industry standard Web design software including Adobe Photoshop, Dreamweaver and Animate to build your own Website. Also get a firm foundation in HTML5 and CSS. In addition the course covers design basics, color theory and resolution. The course also includes an introduction to Bootstrap to create mobile friendly websites.

Create a personal site for your resume, artistic or design portfolio, family business, campus organization, hobby or other useful website. Host the site on the U of MN server or move it to a permanent location with your own URL.

The class includes lectures, exercises and lab time in a hands-on class. No prerequisites or previous experience required. Classes are held in Bruininks Hall in an Active Learning Classroom. These state of the art classrooms are designed as examples of the University's new classrooms of the future. You will need your own laptop computer for the class. For more info see the FAQ page.

Summer 2016 (06.13.2016 - 08.03.2016)
Section 1 Monday Wednesday 12:30 - 4:30 P.M. 

Fall 2016 (09.06.2016 - 12.14.2016)
Section 1 Tuesday 5:00 - 9:00 P.M. 
Section 2 Thursday 5:00 - 9:00 P.M.

Summer and Fall registration now open. Go to OneStop/ Class Search and then search for University College UC3201.


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