Ppt on web designing presentation

Project 2: Adding a New Web Page to a Web Site Presentation by: Joseph H. Schuessler, B.B.A., M.B.A., M.S., Ph.D. (ABD) Agenda Video Last Class Front Page.

If necessary, drag the cell borders to adjust positioning of the text Click the Preview button and position the mouse pointer over a picture in the Photo Gallery Click the Design button Project 2: Adding a New Web Page to a Web Site Presentation by: Joseph H. Schuessler, B.B.A., M.B.A., M.S., Ph.D. (ABD) 47 Previewing and Printing a/


Teaching a Standards-based Web Curriculum Digital Design: Foundations of Web Design Fran Weaver Course Technology

Spiraling skill growth PROJECT MANAGEMENTRESEARCH & COMMUNICATION Individual and team projects Project plans Development process Design process Higher-order analysis and problem-solving Website review and comparison Personal and peer review Presentations Portfolio Supports Key Career Skills Design Technical Project Management Research & Communication Digital Design Approach Builds web design skills in ever-larger, more complex projects: Nameplate Online Business Logo Virtual Business Card Electronic/


Tools and Approaches for Developing Data- Intensive Web Applications: A survey By: Nadi Linlett Anetta Kojlo Erkan Mustafa.

Process Models, Languages, and Notation Reuse Architecture Usability 5 Topics Process Prototyping & Verification Maintenance & Evolution Requirement Analysis Conceptualization Design: Structure Navigation Presentation Implementation The Lifecycle of Web Application Models, Languages and Notation Structure Navigation Presentation Reuse JavaBeans Components are reusable software programs that can develop and assemble easily to create sophisticated applications. e.g. Electronic payment facility Architecture/


Designing Web Applications. client server architectures design patterns model 2 web applications.

Monopoly View Representation of game state Various views possible Simple text –List of players, positions, properties owned,… Graphic presentation –Image of Monopoly Board –Visual positioning of players –Visualisation of money, properties owned,… Monopoly view Monopoly controller start/view build the view develop server side scripts to query the database –SQL already tested is the model API design web pages and embed the scripts –view now updates from the model build the controller add client side scripts –/


More Effective Web Page Elements for Classroom Support Gerald Boerner, Grace Boerner David McGill, Patricia Skalnik & Paul Verdugo Azusa Pacific University.

This is an all-around good site for web design issues… http://www.zdnet.com/devhead/alertbox/i ndex.html Our Article Boerner, et. al. Elements of Effective Web Pages, Syllabus Magazine, April, 2000. July (2000)More Effective Web Page Elements for Classroom Support 13 The Approach to our Analysis The following Top 10 List will present key user pet peeves in the order of/


Modelling Data-Intensive Web Sites with OntoWeaver Knowledge Media Institute The Open University Yuangui Lei, Enrico Motta, John Domingue {y.lei, e.motta,

particular applications User Profiles –Information about end users in terms of user ontology. Customization Rules –Conditions –Customization Actions Jess Inference Engine OntoWeaver Architecture OW Web Site Inference Engine Site Builder Presentation Specification Site View Specification Site Designer Site View & Presentation Ontologies User Profiles Domain Ontology Ontology Editor Customization Rule Base Site Customizer Online Page Builder User Ontology Customized View Example: Building a Paper Review/


C. Multimedia Production and Web Site Development

different kinds of multimedia elements; the integrated use of multimedia elements in a simple multimedia application; design factors for presenting information effectively on the Internet; web authoring and web site publishing; and dynamic and interactive web pages. C. Multimedia Production and Web Site Development The Elective Part C. Multimedia Production and Web Site Development Details of the two topics Topic a. Multimedia Production (25 hrs) i. Multimedia/


A 21 st Century Internet Based Multimedia Production Course Presented by Mark Springston State University of New York (SUNY) Oswego Presented by Mark Springston.

. Skill development and conceptual understanding are emphasized. Topics include editing graphics, desktop publishing, organizing data, configuring operating systems, preparing technical presentations, posting web pages, and researching/synthesizing information from multiple sources. TEL 3XX Communication and Multimedia Systems An intermediate course in multimedia design and graphic production with emphasis in creating content for the WWW. The course provides knowledge, skills, and experience in five/


NEW MEDIA TECHNOLOGY. BY ROBERTO M. KRENEK BS Industrial Designer / Graphic Art Director / Webmaster / Web Designer Commercial Art Instructor / Adobe.

III students will have met (OCP) – Data Code D, Web Production/Design Assistant Certificate. This course is intended to demonstrate proficiency in using presentation software and equipment as well as proficiency in Web page design applicable to the WWW. It is also intended to demonstrate proficiency in using SYSIWYG editor, web design or web animation software for web page design. Students will be able to demonstrate proficiency with file management/


Clear Web Services – Guide To SEO And Web Optimisation.

Step 9 - Create Your Sitemap Step 10 - Make Sure You Have A 404 Page Introduction To SEO And Web Optimisation – A Joint Presentation By Clear Web Services And The FSB Forest Of Dean Importance Of Good Web Structure / Design For SEO SEO Begins At Home Good Web Design Is Needed For Good SEO Necessary To Build Your Website With SEO In Mind Get It Right From The/


Web Engineering & Web Information Systems Technology

: “from art to engineering” well-founded (software) engineering methodologies model-driven Ref: wwwis.win.tue.nl/~hera Hera: motivation Methodologies exist for manual hypermedia presentation design, Hera targets automated presentation Automated presentation is important for databased content (the ‘deep web’) as opposed to manually crafted content (the ‘surface web’): most WIS are data driven Ref: wwwis.win.tue.nl/~hera Hera Methodology Model-driven methodology, defines/


Integrating Universal Design into University Curriculum Howard Kramer University of Colorado-Boulder 303-492-8672.

3 (General design principles, introduction to web design) Week 3 (General design principles, introduction to web design) Week 4 (Interaction Design & Information architecture) Week 4 (Interaction Design & Information architecture) Week 5 (The Case for Web Standards) Week 5 (The Case for Web Standards) Week 6 (Structure & Semantics: Document Object Model )- Week 6 (Structure & Semantics: Document Object Model )- Week 7 (Structure, xhtml...) Week 7 (Structure, xhtml...) Week 8 (Presentation w a dash/


A Web Standards & UD Approach to Access The Intersection of Web Standards, Universal Design & Accessibility Howard Kramer University of Colorado-Boulder.

.pdf http://webaim.org/presentations/2010/csun/screen readersurvey.pdf W3C Web Standards Cirruculim W3C Web Standards Cirruculim http://www.w3.org/community/webed/wiki/Main_P age http://www.w3.org/community/webed/wiki/Main_P age http://www.w3.org/community/webed/wiki/Main_P age http://www.w3.org/community/webed/wiki/Main_P age Other Resources Web Design Awards & Training at CU Web Design Awards & Training at/


` Designing Accessible Web Sites Rick Hill, Webmaster College of Engineering.

impaired Speech control Keyboard guards and overlays Slow keys and on-screen keyboards Replacement mice and switches Cognitive disabilities Most neglected disability Require clear and simple content Alternate presentations of data ` Web sites use design techniques, scripts, images and graphics in ways that make the content inaccessible or difficult to use Graphic content without text equivalent Images, charts, Flash, PDF’s Complex navigation/


ICE0534 – Web-based Software Development ICE1338 – Programming for WWW Lecture #1 Lecture #1 In-Young Ko iko.AT. icu.ac.kr iko.AT. icu.ac.kr Information.

14 th ) Objectives of the project Objectives of the project Web-based information integration scenario Web-based information integration scenario Development schedule Development schedule Project Reports (due by August 11 th ) Project Reports (due by August 11 th ) System design System design Results and evaluation Results and evaluation Project Presentations (in the final week) Project Presentations (in the final week) 20 minutes for each team 20/


A Presentation to Dept. of Civil Engineering, College of Engineering, K-State Fall 2012 An Overview of Contemporary Online Education (for Civil Engineers)

Asynchronous and Synchronous Learning (cont.) AsynchronousSynchronous 28 Lectures Experiments Readings Research Discussion questions Group work Design Live presentations (by guests, instructor, and / or students) Interactive simulations Live meetings Live presentations or demonstrations Live lab work Student presentations Group simulations An Overview of Contemporary Online Education (for Civil Engineers) Live Web Events: Ensuring Access 29 Student preparation Low-value practice event (or even online office/


Principles of Web Design 5th Edition

the user Users may browse or look for specific information Anticipate and plan for user actions Provide direct links to your most popular pages Principles of Web Design 5th Ed. Plan for Easy Presentation of Your Information Design information to be easy to read and legible Break text into reasonable segments Provide contrasting colors that are easy on the eye Use plenty of white/


Web Design I Building Your First Site, Soup to Nuts.

Presentation Welcome and About the Course Online Resources –Getting Around in Moodle Assignments and Grading Baseline Knowledge First Assignment Looking at Web Sites in a New Way Keys to Success Updated 1/22/2012Scott Nelson, Instructor SANelson@Pipeline.SBCC.Edu 6 About Your Instructor Scott Nelson Web Design Instructor at SBCC since 1996 Designing/1/22/2012Scott Nelson, Instructor SANelson@Pipeline.SBCC.Edu 50 Web Design Santa Barbara Web Design SB is the course companion site All required course texts are/


MULTIMEDIA DESIGN TECHNOLOGY. BY ROBERTO M. KRENEK BS Industrial Designer / Graphic Art Director / Webmaster / Web Designer Commercial Art Instructor.

TECHNOLOGY BY ROBERTO M. KRENEK BS Industrial Designer / Graphic Art Director / Webmaster / Web Designer Commercial Art Instructor / Adobe ACA Certified Multimedia Design Technology www.tecmiami.com This 750 hour program prepares students for careers in digital media, new media, and multimedia positions. Multimedia Design Technology www.tecmiami.com The content includes practical experiences in web page design, interactive presentation development, testing and production. Specialized skills in multimedia/


CS 131 - Web Design II Spring 2012 at JCU Stefano Gazziano -

CSS - documentation http://www.w3.org/Mobile/http://www.w3.org/Mobile/ - the W3C Mobile Initiative Mobile CSS - documentation Cameron Moll presented on Mobile Web Design: slides (PDF) http://www.w3.org/2006/07/Mobile_Web_Design.pdf Dominique Hazael-Massieux presented on W3C Mobile Web Best Practices: slides http://www.w3.org/2006/Talks/mwibp- webinar/Overview.html#(1) David Calhouns Developer Blog http://davidbcalhoun.com/


LIS650part 0 Introduction to the course and to the World Wide Web Thomas Krichel 2011-04-21.

w3.org is the official validator that I have built into validated.html. This is the one used for assessing. The Web Design Group Validator at http://www.htmlhelp.com/tools/validator/ is a nice, seemingly more strict validator that lets you validate /“Filtering” is throwing out information that we dont need. “Truncation” is having a "more" link on a page. “Example-based presentation” is just having a few examples. the FAQ page FAQ pages are good, provided that the questions are really frequently asked. Often,/


Second Annual Report Hearing Meeting Brussels, March 7, 2006 Design and Engineering of the Next Generation Internet Towards convergent multi-service networks.

Number of participants  31 EURO NGI members, no external Proceedings & publications  Proceedings available on EURO NGI web site 47 NEW TRENDS IN NETWORK ARCHITECTURES AND SERVICES Main topics  Horizontal/Vertical integration of fixed and mobile networks/targeted topics considered of main importance  significant innovation potential  not sufficiently covered at present  sharply focused and designed to gain new knowledge and explore the need for more research effort, anticipating scientific and/


Design Phase Executive Summary 9 May 2002 DESIGN PHASE EXECUTIVE SUMMARY MAY 2002.

Needs Micro financiers Inspection & testing Accounting / auditing Technical information Consultancy Training Finance Courier delivery Web-site design & mgmt. Legal services Computer services Repair / maintenance Technology Personnel Linkages Laws / Regulations Transport/ Trainees can ask specific questions  Slow learning rate  Inconsistencies from class to class  Scheduling often presents difficulties  Difficult to control and monitor Micro financiers may be reluctant to make use of long-term classroom/


CODONICS 2008 Presentation

designs included Includes program to design your own labels “SureThing” PRESENTER: Think about your image ! … and your images Let Codonics help you make more sales, our Clinical Graphics department designs professional labels for your customers PRESENTER:/Unscheduled Import No patient information is available from the DICOM Modality Worklist Operator manually types information using the web browser and Integrity Integrity – Other Features Multi-lingual User Interface: Portuguese, Spanish, Italian, German /


LIS650part 0 Introduction to the course and to the World Wide Web Thomas Krichel 2012-01-17.

w3.org is the official validator that I have built into validated.html. This is the one used for assessing. The Web Design Group Validator at http://www.htmlhelp.com/tools/validator/ is a nice, seemingly more strict validator that lets you validate /“Filtering” is throwing out information that we dont need. “Truncation” is having a "more" link on a page. “Example-based presentation” is just having a few examples. the FAQ page FAQ pages are good, provided that the questions are really frequently asked. Often,/


CSS Presented by Chris Sanyk Chris SanykChris Sanyk.

Netscape, Microsoft, and others. Because browsers don’t support CSS well, and because CSS 1 is so limited, a host of presentational HTML elements and attributes are incorporated into the 3.2 spec, turning it into a horrid mess. HTML 3.2 code is //perfect- 3-column.htm http://matthewjamestaylor.com/blog/perfect- 3-column.htm Recommended resources Print Print Web Design in a Nutshell 3 rd Edition (O’Rielly) Web Design in a Nutshell 3 rd Edition (O’Rielly) CSS pocket reference (O’Rielly) CSS pocket reference (O/


/ department of mathematics and computer science TU/e eindhoven university of technology ISAApril 17, 20031 Web Information Systems Engineering Flavius.

Methodology Conceptual Design Application Design Presentation Design Adaptation Design Conceptual Model Application Model Presentation Model Transformation / department of mathematics and computer science TU/e eindhoven university of technology ISAApril 17, 200324 Conceptual Model (CM) Provides a uniform semantic view over different data sources that are integrated within a given Web application Consists of hierarchies of concepts relevant within the given domain Concept relationships are: –Attribute/


6/2/2015 Design issues for web sites and interactive multimedia packages 1 Design Issues for Web sites and Interactive Multimedia Packages Jeff James and.

Architecture) http://webct.polyu.edu.hk:8901/NHS_E/ch2.html http://www.school-for- champions.com/science/experiments/simwaveform.htm  Case / problem presentations http://webct.polyu.edu.hk:8901/RS245/Course_content/flo wmain.htm 6/2/2015 Design issues for web sites and interactive multimedia packages 6 Practice / student activities  Checking understanding; http://cw.prenhall.com/bookbind/pubbooks/martini4/chapter8/delu xe.html/


Web Application Modeling

. E.g. application logic structure, application logic behavior. This is take from the book. As regards me, also content should be modeled for normal software applications…. Web Application Modeling Levels Presentation Hypertext Customization Content Phases Structure Analysis Design Implementation Behavior Aspects Levels – Information, node/link structure, UI & page layout separate. Aspects – Same as Software Applications Phases – Approach depends upon type of application Customization/


Presentation of the project eJump 2.0 on the FLUID visit September 16th 2009 GENERAL DATA Programme: Lifelong Learning, Transversal Programme, Key Activity.

implementation of courses or learning units based on the use of virtual tools and environments offered through Web 2.0 tools and applications. Identification of quality indicators and design of an evaluation tool with Web. 2.0 applications.. Presentation of the project eJump 2.0 on the FLUID visit September 16th 2009 Used environments Course materials, resources and activities: MOODLE Figures: 67 participants Inactive/


HCI 510 : HCI Methods I Usability. Usability Testing Introduction Attributes Process Numerical Web Pages Corporate Mistakes.

Web Pages Corporate Mistakes Usability : Process The process that Jeff Rubin and Dana Chisnell present in the Handbook of Usability Testing could be used for a formal usability test, but it could also be used for less formal tests that can help to explore ideas and form concepts and designs/. Usability : Process Find and select participants Web Site Example In this scenario, our participants are graphic designers or other people who use graphic design software and purchase images online. Create and order/


Chapter 3 Planning the Site

is located relative to the document the browser is currently viewing Principles of Web Design, Third Edition Principles of Web Design, Third Edition Principles of Web Design, Third Edition Principles of Web Design, Third Edition Create a Site Storyboard Plan your site by creating a flowchart that shows the structure and logic behind the content presentation and navigation choices This preliminary step is one of the most important that/


Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.0 W3C Candidate Recommendation 30 April 2008.

Guidelines (ATAG) Overview WCAG 2.0 Layers of Guidance The individuals and organizations that use WCAG vary widely and include Web designers and developers, policy makers, purchasing agents, teachers, and students. In order to meet the varying needs, several / Understanding Accessibility Support WCAG 2.0 Guidelines Principle 1: Perceivable - Information and user interface components must be presentable to users in ways they can perceive Guideline 1.1 Text Alternatives: Provide text alternatives for any non-/


LiquidHub Lunch & Learn Demystifying SOA: Concepts & Best Practices

assets with repeatable ROI they need to be easily identified and understood when opportunities for reuse present themselves. The service design therefore needs to take the “communications quality” of the service and its individual capabilities into/ is one of the reasons why: Coarse-grained service interfaces and asynchronous messaging are emphasized when building Web Services Best Practice: Create a Services Blueprint for Transformation Partner & Supplier Interaction Fund Accounting Record Keeping Advisory/


` Designing Accessible Web Sites Rick Hill, Webmaster College of Engineering.

control Keyboard guards and overlays Slow keys and on-screen keyboards Replacement mice and switches Cognitive disabilities Most neglected disability Require clear and simple content Alternate presentations of data How the Disabled Use the Web ` Web sites use design techniques, scripts, images and graphics in ways that make the content inaccessible or difficult to use Graphic content without text equivalent Images, charts, Flash, PDF/


CS 290C: Formal Models for Web Software Lecture 9: MVC Architecture and Navigation Analysis Based on the MVC Architecture Instructor: Tevfik Bultan.

CS 290C: Formal Models for Web Software Lecture 9: MVC Architecture and Navigation Analysis Based on the MVC Architecture Instructor: Tevfik Bultan Model-View-Controller (MVC) Architecture MVC is a design structure for separating representation from presentation using a subscribe/notify protocol The basic idea is to separate –where and how data (or more generally some state) is stored, i.e., the model – from/


 2007 Pearson Education, Inc. All rights reserved. 1 26 Web Applications: Part 1.

before it is ever requested by a client.  1992-2007 Pearson Education, Inc. All rights reserved. 27 26.4.3 JavaServer Faces  Web application framework – Simplifies the design of an application’s user interface – Further separates a web application’s presentation from its business logic  Framework – Simplifies application development by providing libraries and sometimes software tools to help you organize and build your applications/


Web Content Accessibility Guidelines WCAG V1.0. Web Accessibility Guidelines W3c.org Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 1.0 W3C Recommendation 5-May-1999.

technological barriers. Here are some keys to designing pages that transform gracefully:introduction Separate structure from presentation (refer to the difference between content, structure, and presentation).content, structure, and presentation Provide text (including text equivalents). Text/words and identify documents in a desired language. Natural language markup also improves readability of the Web for all people, including those with learning disabilities, cognitive disabilities, or people who are deaf/


Basic Principles of Web Design

University, BIM 4/17/2017 Good Web Design Ideas for Organization and Navigation Web site Design 1 Bilkent University, BIM 4/17/2017 Good Web Design Ideas for Organization and Navigation Hierarchies Web site Design 1 Bilkent University, BIM 4/17/2017 Good Web Design Ideas for Organization and Navigation Combination of Linear and Hierarchical Web site Design 1 Principles of Web Design Web Design Differs from Print Design Nonlinear presentation One to two screens per page Simple/


Web Design MGS 351- Renee Cerullo. What makes the Internet work HTTP - Hyper Text Transfer Protocol DNS - Domain Name Server DNS servers are used to map.

and maintenance costs makes sites more accessible to users who have special needs Makes sites cross platform and browser Viewable on handheld devices Designing with Standards When you design with web standards you break the web page into 3 parts: Structure Presentation Behavior Designing with Standards Structure: A markup language (XHTML) contains text data formatted according to its structural (semantic) meaning. Headline, paragraph, list etc.. Example/


Web Engineering and The BaBar Web 30 April 2003 Yogesh Deshpande School of Computing and I.T. University of Western Sydney.

PostScript, PDF, text, Powerpoint, Excel, etc. –Physics analysis documentation – physics only –Publications –Presentations and talks –Detector operations and maintenance –Computing –Physics analysis – includes computing details –Planning –General /Web Development 1. Web Page Construction 2. Web Page Design 3. Web Site Design (default entry point) 4. Web Site Construction 5. Web-based System 6. Web project planning and management 7. Research projects 29.4.2003(c) Yogesh Deshpande51 factors affecting Web/


THE UNIVERSITY OF HONG KONG WEB FACULTY OF EDUCATION 2.0 From Web 2.0 to Education 2.0: Opportunities and challenges for teachers, trainers and information.

-->upcoming.org and EVDB domain name speculation-->search engine optimization page views-->cost per click screen scraping-->web services publishing-->participation content management systems-->wikis directories (taxonomy)-->tagging ("folksonomy") stickiness-->syndication So what is/BETTER GETTING BETTER (802.11n) Back to The List of Presentations Web2.0 Seminar by the Division of Info and Technology Studies Digital media: design, development and application in education and training by Dr Daniel Churchill/


Chapter 2 Web Site Design Principles Principles of Web Design, 4 th Edition.

Chapter 2 Web Site Design Principles Principles of Web Design, 4 th Edition 2-2 Objectives Design for the computer medium Create a unified site design Design for the user Design for accessibility Design for the screen Principles of Web Design, 4th Edition2-3 Design for the Computer Medium Principles of Web Design, 4th Edition2-4 Design for the Computer Medium Craft the look and feel Make your design portable Design for low bandwidth Plan for clear presentation and/


Accessible Website Design Building Complex Web Sites (SI539) Mike Elledge Assistant Director Usability & Accessibility Center (UAC) Michigan State University.

user agents, including assistive technologies. Topics -25- What does it mean for me? Designers/Developers –Greater freedom –Greater responsibility –Higher expectations Evaluators –Requirements more precisely testable –/Web Accessibility Checker Demo Topics -78- Web Accessibility Checklist Beyond compliance, extra step with focus on website usability for persons with disabilities Encapsulates key manual checks Topics -79- Accessibility Checklist--Example SubjectStatusRecommendations ImagesOKImages presenting/


SWE 444: Internet & Web Application Development3.1 3. Markup Languages and Formatting a. a. HTML b. b. XHTML c. c. CSS (Cascading Style Sheets)

-specific information in the XHTML The Goal: separate the information from the layout / presentation of the page The Goal: separate the information from the layout / presentation of the page Layout is entirely controlled by CSS Layout is entirely controlled by CSS SWE 444: Internet & Web Application Development3.128 DIV Design Identify major sections of the page Identify major sections of the page  Masthead (Logo/


World Wide Web and Hypermedia CIS 577 Bruce R. Maxim UM-Dearborn 7/16/2015 1.

Purposes Entertainment Enable information exchange Information –what –where –when –who –how –cost 7/16/201557 Web Creator Roles Presenter (client) Information steward Designer 7/16/201558 Web Designer Skill Set Understand information (semantics) Translate information to structure Translate structure to web pages Have artistic sense Have capacity for language selection and use Be able to work with multimedia technology Be able to work with client/server/


Optima’s 1078 House CONSTRUCTION MANUAL Jessica Farr Sierra Farber Fernando Castillo 1 March 10, 2011 CEE 211 Final Presentation.

construction manual— unlike the Baseline Model 2 Additional Actors will allow for a useful, usable, and accessible design of an web/app construction manual @ Additional Tasks will be performed by the Web/App developer: Final Design & Production of the Web/App Construction Manual March 10, 2011 CEE 211 Final Presentation Virtual Manual (The Webpage) 10 POP 3D4D SimVision Checklists Schedule Construction Manual Combine and conquer! www/


Design Methodology and Technology. Lesson 1: Overview of Web Design Concepts.

that deliver existing products and services to a global market via the Internet Defining a Web Site Vision Vision statement –Value –Measurable goal From Vision to Strategy Defining the Web site strategy Defining the Web site tactics Web Site Specifications Functionality Architecture Content Design The Metaphor A Web site can be presented as a particular object or experience –Metaphor guidelines –Metaphor examples The Mindmapping Process Allows you/


Design & Developed by: EATL

written in HTML or comparable markup language. Web browsers coordinate the various web resource elements for the written web page, such as style sheets, scripts and images, to present the web page. Typical web pages provide hypertext that include a navigation bar or a sidebar menu to other web pages via hyperlinks, often referred to as links. Design & Developed by: EATL Design & Developed by: EATL From the HOME menu/


CAP Web Sites 101 PAO Academy Aug. 5-6, Kissimmee, Fla. Jim Tynan Deputy Director of Creative Services.

is difficult to read because many computer screens cannot clearly display the tiny characters. Also, small print is hard to see under the best of circumstances CAP Web Sites 101 Text Presentation You may be a Web-design redneck … If you think a light bulb moment is when you open the refrigerator door. If you think a JPEG is a large party kegger. If/


Ads by Google