The CIW Web Design Career Track covers every aspect of Web site design and e-commerce. Students start with Web Foundations and then learn how to develop and maintain Web sites using authoring and scripting languages, create content and digital media, and employ standards and technologies for business-to-business and business-to-consumer e-commerce Web sites. This series is ideal for entry-level and more experienced professionals who work in the fields of Web site design, e-commerce and graphic design.
Web site designers create the "look and feel" that visitors will see when they access a site on the World Wide Web. Web site designers determine the most effective site layouts, color schemes, navigational links and fonts to maintain visitor interest in the site. Site designers primarily establish the organization, mood and tone of the site relative to its content, with input from various parties (stakeholders, marketing, sales and IT departments). In short, Web site designers are responsible for developing the user interface and aesthetics of a Web site, given input from those who know the company's audience and the company's technological abilities.View Career Track Courses
Web site designers must understand Web development technology and be proficient in Web languages such as: