Interactive web

Murnieks

 
 

Students gain experience in the area of interactive visual communication and technical web planning, design and presentation. Students apply course principles by creating an interactive web site that integrates navigational elements and structures with images and type. Students acquire skills from complementary courses in photography, typography and systems and apply them to this technical medium.

For the course project, students are asked to take a recipe and develop an interactive incarnation tailored to the contrasting abilities of the interactive web. Student conduct research to determine if opportunities exist for the 18–23 year old demographic who are perceived to resist cooking at home. From the research, wireframes are built, concepts presented and finally a web-based prototype is developed.

J. Mercuri and S. Herbert consider the user’s needs: hangover cure; K. Griggs and M. Clenney focus on limited access to cooking tools and preparedness; K. Hammerstein and B. Gates look at rivaling a restaurant while saving money.

Portions of the syllabus and project from Adjunct Professor A. Kuhn.

Basic Interactive Design for the Web

With insight into why some do not cook, interactive design solutions are created tailored to a  specific user and need

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