The course is also offered to the students of the fields other than those the course is directly associated with.
The capacity limit for the course is 90 student(s).
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Fields of study the course is directly associated with
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Main goal of the seminar is to get acquainted with internet presentation and web application life cycle through practice. Emphasis will be put on proper design, desirable implementation methods (e.g. observance of standards), operation aspects, monitoring, web effectiveness evaluation, propagation, advancement and redesign. Actual trends and near future of the WWW will be also discussed during workshop.
Student by working during class will:
– extend overview of developement and operation of web site,
– gain deeper knowledge of selected topic, which he or she choose to present to the others,
– develop skills in implementation of web technologies by hands-on approach,
– familiarizes with tools, programs and principles which helps to webdesigner,
– have the possibility to practice teamworking on given task,
– may gain feedback to own existing project if he or she introduce it to the rest of group.
Upon completion of the seminar, the student will better understand a number of activities from the design and implementation of modern web sites; will be capable of effective professional communication with specialists in the area of web design and development; and will understand and be able to solve problems in the chosen field.
Website goals, initial analyses, Information Architecture
Webpages layout, grids, wireframes, navigation
Copywriting, typography on the web
HTML and DOM
CSS, graphic and interaction design
Multimedia on the Web
Usability (testing), User eXperience
Internet marketing, SEO, PPC, Content Strategy
Server-side scripts, web frameworks, ready-made applications
Basic principles with examples (session, database, templates, ...) given in PHP or another scripting language
Content management systems
Content sharing (providing and integration)
Domain acquiring and web or application hosting
Web server, HTTP (authentication, cookies, status codes)
Trends on the web (semantics, mashups, HTML 5, geolocation)
KRUG, Steve. Web design : nenuťte uživatele přemýšlet! 2. aktualiz. vyd. Brno: Computer Press, 2006. 167 s. ISBN 8025112918. info
WROBLEWSKI, Luke. Mobile First. 2011. ISBN 978-1-937557-02-7. info
MARCOTTE, Ethan. Responsive Web Design. New York: Jeffrey Zeldman, 2011. 150 pp. A Book Apart, No. 4. ISBN 978-0-9844425-7-7. info
SCOTT, Bill and Theresa NEIL. Designing web interfaces : principles and patterns for rich interactions. 1st ed. Cambridge: O'Reilly, 2009. xix, 309. ISBN 9780596516253. info
VORA, Pawan. Web application design patterns. Burlington, MA: Morgan Kaufmann Publishers, 2009. xiii, 429. ISBN 9780123742650. info
Prezentation on given subject, discussion, (team) project solving, exploratory learning.
Student will be asked to prepare and present slides about chosen part of webdesign lasting circa 30 minutes. Active participating in class (discussions, sharing knowledge) and continuous work on long-term task will be appreciated.
Language of instruction
Further comments (probably available only in Czech)
The course is taught annually.
The course is taught: every week.