Web 2 - Web Design Process
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Web 2 - Web Design Process

Spring 2024
VCIM 1770

CRN: 15094

Online

Course Description

Instructor: Jenny Pan
Expansion and continuation of topics introduced in Web Publishing I. User research, planning, designing, constructing, and publishing a website using industry standard methods and tools.

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Instructor Information

Instructor: Jenny Pan
Email: songjue.pan@tri-c.edu
Phone: 330-697-9678 (emergency only)

Office Hours

Virtual hours available, the times are updated with my availability. Email me with date and time to schedule meetings.
If there is no time that matches your schedule please contact me and we can set up a date/time that works for you.
Office Hours
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Name
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Tuesday
1:00 - 2:30 pm
Open
Thursday
1:00 - 2:30 pm
Open
Friday
1:00 - 2:30 pm
Open
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Required Materials

Access to a computer that runs Adobe Creative Cloud and a stable internet connection. All reading and video materials will be provided using online library resources. The computer should be equipped with a microphone; and be capable of running the software we will be using in this class:
– included with your tuition
- sign up for a free student account
- included with your tuition; login through school library

Points Distribution

Semester point break down. Note that the Design System Project and Final Project account for 22% of your final grade (2 letter grades).
Item
Weight
Possible Points
Number of Assignments
Points per Assignment
1
Weekly Assignment
78%
780
12
65
2
Design System Project
11%
110
1
110
3
Final Interactive Prototype Project
11%
110
1
110
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100%
Sum
1000
Sum

Grading Scale

A 90%-100%
B 80%-89%
C 70%-79%
D 60%-69%
F < 60%

Assignment Submission

All assignments are to be completed by the listed due date.

Late Assignment Policy

Projects, assignments, and quizzes cannot be turned in after the due date. However, if you let me know before the due date that you won’t have it ready on time, I can work with you to establish a new due date.

Plagiarism

Plagiarism is considered using the work of someone else without giving credit to the source. In the creative field, it is not uncommon to use images or later in the semester to use plug-in code in your project. Whenever you are using code or intellectual property that is not your own, cite your sources in the footer of your project, giving a link back to the original source. Students have found it helpful to keep a text document open to copy/paste information and text when sourcing materials. Keep notes handy so when they’re ready to turn in a project, they have all the proper links available to add to the project. The penalty in this course for using intellectual property that is not your own can lead to no credit for the assignment or project. If there is a second instance of plagiarism you will earn an automatic “F” for the course and will be reported to the office of academic affairs.

Course Schedule

Week
Date of Class
Description
Reference Materials
Assignment
1
1
1/29/2024
Introduction to class, what to expect, project selection.
Assignment 1
2
2
2/5/2024
Intro to User Research, Project Management Methodologies
UX Research by Bard Nunnally and David Farkas.
2. Good Research Starts with Good Questions
3. Quantitative Research Methods
4. Qualitative Research Methods
5. Choosing your Methods
Do not continue onto parts 6 and 7.
Assignment 2
3
3 + 4
2/12/2024
Research Methods
- about 12 minutes to watch all videos in this short series
Tool - Optimal Sort -
(You will need to create an account and enroll in this course)
Assignment 3
4
5
2/26/2024
Conduct Research
Specific resources for tool used for usability study (Optimal Workshop, LookBack, etc)
Assignment 4
5
6
3/4/2024
Research Analysis
Class Meeting (TBD)
Assignment 5
6
8
3/18/2024
Design Drafts
Assignment 6
7
7
3/25/2024
Design Drafts
Assignment 7
8
9
4/1/2024
Design Final
Assignment 8
9
10
4/8/2024
Development – teamwork
Class Meeting (TBD)
Assignment 9
10
11
4/15/2024
Continue to refine and evaluate designs for consistency.
Assignment 10
11
12
4/22/2024
Prototype Sync-up Meeting
Class Meeting (TBD)
Assignment 12
12
13
4/29/2024
Quality Testing
Assignment 13
13
14
5/6/2024
Project Completion. Post-project Evaluations, self, peer and project as a whole.
Final Project (Due Friday 5/10/2024)
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Academic Credit

Academic Credit According to the Ohio Department of Higher Education, one (1) semester hour of college credit will be awarded for each lecture hour. Students will be expected to work on out-of-class assignments on a regular basis which, over the length of the course, would normally average two hours of out-of-class study for each hour of formal class activity. For laboratory hours, one (1) credit shall be awarded for a minimum of three laboratory hours in a standard week for which little or no out-of-class study is required since three hours will be in the lab (i.e. Laboratory 03 hours). Whereas, one (1) credit shall be awarded for a minimum of two laboratory hours in a standard week, if supplemented by out-of-class assignments which would normally average one hour of out-of- class study preparing for or following up the laboratory experience (i.e. Laboratory 02 hours). Credit is also awarded for other hours such as directed practice, practicum, cooperative work experience, and field experience. The number of hours required to receive credit is listed under Other Hours on the syllabus. The number of credit hours for lecture, lab and other hours are listed at the beginning of the syllabus. Make sure you can prioritize your time accordingly. Proper planning, prioritization and dedication will enhance your success in this course.
Courses offered in other part of terms (e.g. 14-week, 8-week, flexibly scheduled, etc.) ensure equivalent workloads. Students should prioritize their time accordingly, particularly when taking part of term courses.


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