Web Design Training And Courses

Internet is an unavoidable part of our daily life. It has a considerable influence on every business organization. In fact, business websites are increasing in number and this calls for professional website designers. There are many web design companies offering effective web design and development services. Therefore, the need for well trained web designers is also high and it is a very lucrative career. You can find a number of web design courses and training schools, both online and offline. Upon successful completion of these courses, you can either join a web designing company or start your career as an individual web designer.

Various Web Design Courses:

Dreamweaver: It is one of the most popular web design editing and management tool used by most companies. There is a course on Macromedia Dreamweaver Web design tool that enables you to use Dreamweaver, as a tool to design a web site. It also includes all the basic concepts of web designing. Previous experience of designing web pages, using HTML and uploading files to a server is indeed very helpful while pursuing this course. The course content includes:

  1. The Dreamweaver Interface

  2. FTP with Dreamweaver

  3. Adding Flash text, Flash Animations and Flash buttons.

  4. Creating Links and Anchors

  5. Formatting and Sorting Tables

  6. Making Your Forms Work With CGI Scripts

  7. Creating Animation with Timelines

  8. Using the Behavior Panel to Add Java Script Code

  9. Using Templates and Libraries for Site Design and Maintenance

Advanced Macromedia Flash: This type of courses is very demanding and includes the most cutting edge techniques used for the most cutting edge application on the web. It draws both from your analytical as well as creative side. Though several programming aspects are complicated, mastering them will enable you to be one of the most sought-after web specialists. However, to pursue this kind of course you will need to have basic knowledge of HTML and Intermediate Flash MX. The course includes:

  1. A quick review of intermediate action scripting notions

  2. Coding on-ClipEvents, on-EnterFrame, and set-Interval for continuous action.

  3. Swap the overlapping movie clips by dynamically changing the depth.

  4. Generate shapes, lines and colors with code

  5. Animating motion with code and user-created functions

  6. The intricacies of Attaching sounds

  7. Use Sine and Cosine for directional movement

  8. Modify already existing Flash actions to fit your needs by modifying the ‘Prototype’ of Flash Objects.

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