Web design trends and technologies are constantly evolving, and a web design degree will give the student professional skills that translate directly to the marketing, advertising, e-commerce and web design industries.

Courses typically include: designing and launching websites; designing interactive and online materials including motion graphics, banner ads, newsletters and content for mobile delivery; learning current versions of Dreamweaver, Edge and other industry-standard web design and rich media software; gaining coding skills in HTML and CSS; learning about responsive web design; learning about online marketing; and learning about interaction design and usability.


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