X475 (2 semester units in Design)
This course introduces you to the fundamentals of the market-leading software for Web page design. Working with tables, frames, layers, and cascading style sheets, you learn to create and use graphics, format text, make internal and external links, implement simple behaviors such as rollovers, and set up and manage your site. This course is for anyone who wants to design visually compelling Web sites without having to hand-code their pages. It is also for those who want to learn to read and write code.
Prerequisites: Macintosh experience; familiarity with HTML and Photoshop or Fireworks is recommended. Related courses: HTML I X470, Principles of Web Design X478.
DOMINIC SAGOLLA, Ed.M., is an engineer for Macromedia Dreamweaver in San Francisco. Educated at Swarthmore College and then Harvard University, his teaching focus is constructionism ï¿½ learning by doing. He has worked as a professional Web developer for over 10 years, for companies such as Hewlett-Packard, the MIT Media Lab, and dom.net.
Feb. 28 to May 2: Mon., 6:30-9:30 pm
San Francisco: Room 201, South of Market Center, 95 Third St.
$795 (EDP 016634)
Class One 02/28/05:
How to Learn to Learn Dreamweaver
or, The Principles of Visual and Interactive Design for the Web
Class Two 03/07/05:
How to Learn Dreamweaver
Class Three 03/14/05:
How to Use Dreamweaver
Class Four 03/21/05:
How Not to Use Dreamweaver
Class Five 03/28/05:
How to Learn HTML and CSS Using Dreamweaver
Class Six 04/04/05:
How to Learn Server Languages Using Dreamweaver
Class Seven 04/11/05:
How to Use Dreamweaver and Fireworks together
Class Eight 04/18/05:
How to Use Flash within Dreamweaver
Class Nine 04/25/05:
Stump the Experts
Class Ten 05/02/05:
How to Crash Dreamweaver
Sound interesting? Sign up!