Free web design courseware collections
Web workers and design students know that there are a multitude of online tutorials and training programs available to help them develop their talents and find jobs. Open courseware provides another educational solution to students wanting to hone their Web design skills, learn how to create effective, interactive websites and market their designs to get payment and recognition for their work. Schools like Indiana University, MIT, the University Southern Queensland, Tufts University, the University of Minnesota, the University of Washington and others have uploaded syllabi and course materials to award the public free access to many of their quality web design classes. Students learn about CSS, fonts, binary, the use of color, computer graphics, multimedia designs, e-marketing and other valuable skills to help them in their work.
This collection of web design courses comes from Indiana University, the University of Minnesota, MIT, the University of Washington, and Miami Dade College. Classes like Introduction to Web Design, Introduction to Flash MX, and Introduction to Creating Home Pages on the World Wide Web give students an overview of many of the concepts and tools used in web design. In courses like Computer Graphics and Human Computer Interaction, students learn how to write computer graphics by using programming codes and how to relate to their human audiences through computer and Internet-based designs.
- Introduction to Web Design [Indiana University] - This collection of lectures includes Colors in CSS, Fonts in CSS, Internet Addressing, Intro to Binary, and others.
- Web Design II [Miami Dade College] - Continue to develop general Web design skills in this iTunes course.