Interactive Design

Course Description

Provides a hands-on introduction to the basics of web presentation. Students apply aesthetic and usability criteria to produce web presentations, movies, and other animated components for placement into websites. Covers technological constraints of web presentation and animation, appropriate uses of motion in a web page, gaming element, game design, and digital asset management for optimal delivery of animated content. Software instruction is in Macromedia Flash.

Learning Outcomes

  • Design digital projects that apply 2D, 3D, and time-based principles and techniques.
  • Discuss industry terminology and current technology through team collaborations and class presentations.
  • Examine the digital media production process from storyboard to prototype.

Prerequisites

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