When it comes to web design, many skills can change and evolve over time, but there are a few basics that any Web designer should be able to doLet’s dive in and take a look at what any Web Designer and our students will be able to do:
1. CODE WITH HTML AND CSS
Everyone needs to understand the most basic of language behind website design.After this course youwill understand how to read, edit and troubleshoot basic HTML. In any case, you should be able to pinpoint a bold or italic+++ font or fix a color or size issue in HTML without thinking. You should be able to substitute styles in CSS with ease. These are skills that are easy to learn and will serve you well in the long run.
2. EDIT PHOTOS
In any design field, it’s likely that you will work with images all day long. So it only makes sense that you understand how to manipulate them. From basic cropping to sizing and a little “clean up,” you should be able to work with photos with ease. At a minimum, you should feel comfortable with cropping and resizing as well as some image quality adjustment.
3. GRAB ANY DEVICE AND NAVIGATE A WEBSITESTRONG
You should have a comfort level with computers and devices that most people do not. This might require breaking away from your favorite devices or browsers or programs and playing with plenty of other things.
4. EXPLAIN DESIGN THEORY
Color, flow, balance and proportion, spacing: These are all things that you should just be able to see when working on projects. But it’s more than having a good eye; design theory is equally important. Understanding why you do what you do and why that creates a well-balanced aesthetic is important. And if you understand it well, you can explain it and more easily defend and explain design decisions to others. A foundation in the basics will help you master any project...
ALL THIS KNOWLAGE WILL BE COMMON FOR STUDENTS OF OUR WEB DESIGN AND DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT AFTER WORKING ON REAL PROJECTS UNDER THE GUIDANCE OF COLLEGE TEACHERS..