Overview

Best Practices Principles of Web Design
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Best Practices & Principles of Web Design

A website is like a book, just because it looks good on the outside doesn't mean it is well written, constructed and interesting.

In this workshop, you'll learn some of the best practices for SEO (search engine optimization), site structure, page construction, and overall site design. The goal - a great overall experience for your users and value added to your website.

Students must bring a laptop computer (PC or Mac) to class.

This is a follow-up workshop to Introduction to Web Design, however, it is not required that you completed that workshop before attending Best Practices & Principles of Web Design.

Tools & Materials

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Best Practices & Principles of Web Design

Students must bring a laptop computer (PC or Mac) to class.  If you do not have a laptop, contact Michael Mengers (michael.mengers@unh.edu) to reserve a loaner for use during the workshop.

All other worskhop materials will be provided.

Instructor Bios

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  • Betsy Coleman, Web Design Instructor

    Betsy Coleman

    Betsy Coleman has more than 20 years’ experience designing and developing software systems, focusing on the user experience. Past projects include specifying and implementing software applications used for content management, data feeds, membership and workflow management systems. She received her bachelor's degree in Computer Science from the University of New Hampshire as well as her Master’s degree. She currently teaches at the University of New Hampshire as a Lecturer in the Computer Science Department.

09:00am - 03:30pm
Manchester Campus, 88 Commercial St.
Betsy Coleman
259.00 Tuition (includes lunch)
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