Introduction to Web Design

Introduction to Web Design

Introduction to Web Design will focus on the unique characteristics of designing content for effective online communication.

You will be introduced to the tools and process for structuring a web page using HTML5 and CSS.

This comprehensive overview will also include:

  • website organization
  • principles of visual design
  • design fundamentals for text, color, images, and multimedia
  • navigation considerations
  • page layout
  • accessibility criteria
  • specific issues of design for multiple browsers and devices

Group discussions will provide practical experience in critiquing websites for effective design elements.

Hear what participants are saying about the Web Design workshop:

"The session was incredibly informative and engaging from start to finish.What I found most valuable was the comprehensive nature of the workshop. Every segment contributed to a well-rounded understanding of web design."

"I found the entire workshop helpful! It helped to see the steps at the start of the presentation."

"I absolutely loved it!!"

"The website audit portion was incredibly valuable."

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



Tools & Materials


Introduction to Web Design

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

All other worskhop materials will be provided.

Instructor Bios


Introduction to Web Design

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    Fred Schall

    Fred Schall started his love affair with web design and development in the late 90's. He has dual degrees in Computer Science and Web Development. He currently teaches Advanced Web Design and User Experience at Southern New Hampshire University. Fred worked for a few large agencies in Southern California, developing campaigns for large brands such as DirecTV, Petco, and Powerade. In 2009 he became the Co-Owner of  Schall Creative, moved the company to Manchester in 2010 and continues to thrive for his work every day.

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