Advanced Web Designing Course


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    A general web designing course can be simply classified into the major concepts of web designing and programming languages as well as the tools and software required for designing web pages. Here are the important topics covered in Web Designing :

    • Basics of Web Designing
    • Multimedia and its Applications
    • Web Technologies
    • Introduction to Web Design & Applications
    • Computer Graphics
    • Mathematical Structure for Computer Science
    • HTML
    • CSS
    • JavaScript
    • Bootstrap
    • Adobe Dreamweaver
    • Adobe Flash
    • Available Softwares for Graphic Designing
    • Animation Techniques
    Basics of Web Design
    Basics of Web Design

    Basics of Web Designing

    To begin with, web designing course contains a basic introduction to familiarize students with the basics of designing a website to its tools, software applications and themes. Here are the key topics covered under the introduction to web designing:

    • How to design a website
    • Creating different themes for different layouts
    • How to design the look and feel of a website
    • How to create and design banners, advertisements, etc.
    • Learning about the tools and techniques of web design covers using software applications

    Web Technologies

    Under the topic of introduction to web technologies in the web designing course syllabus, students get to learn about technical aspects of creating a website as well as types of websites. Here are the key topics covered under this section:

    • How does a website work?
    • Web standards and W3C elements
    • Domains and Hosting
    • Clients and Server Scripting Languages
    • Responsive Web Designing


    HTML is an integral part of a web design course syllabus and is described as hypermark text language. It is a key element of creating a website, in this subject, you will get to understand how HTML elaborates the general structure of a web page design as well as tags and the concept of HTML files. After which designing a web page will be taught along with hyperlinking and the tools that you can use in a web page design process. The recent version of HTML is HTML 5 on which you will get familiarised with the tools featured on it.


    Talking about the tools essential for web page designing, cascading style sheets a.k.a CSS is something you will learn along the journey of this course. It is the language used to comprehend a web page’s overall presentation that consists of its layout, fonts as well as colours and themes. Another unique fact about CSS is that it doesn’t require HTML and function independently. This separation assists CSS in adapting a webpage to different environments. The latest CSS3 is replete with amazing features that will be introduced to you in this course and you will also get to learn the tips and tricks of it.


    JavaScript is another programming language that is a chief part of the web designing course syllabus. It is a logic-based language in programming and interactive websites with cool tabs, sliders, calls to action and other dynamic features that are made with JavaScript. All these interactive effects that are implemented in designing a website contribute to its uniqueness and that’s why mastering this programming language can turn you into an excellent web designer.


    Bootstrap is associated with all the three pivotal topics mentioned above, i.e. HTML, CSS, and JavaScript. In simple terms, it can be described as useful bits of code that are written in programming languages of HTML, CSS, and JavaScript. What it does is that it turns a website into a responsive one. Also, it is an open-source and a free tool that ensures that you do not write too many CSS codes thus decreasing the load. As part of the web design course syllabus, you will get to learn this front-end development framework to furnish a better understanding of both web development as well as web design.

    Adobe Dreamweaver

    When you are learning programming languages such as HTML and CSS in the web designing course syllabus, you will be taught Adobe Dreamweaver. What’s best about Adobe Dreamweaver is that anyone can design a website and build it by using this software and with no code in the whole process. This software is a saviour for those creating multiple website designs at one time. It is a great time saver but the only thing you must know are the basic programming languages of HTML and CSS.

    Adobe Flash

    Have you ever seen colourful and vibrant animations on a webpage? The central vector animation tool of Flash is what makes it possible to make those animations visible on a webpage. Another significant part of learning Adobe Flash is that you will get to see how it turns a website into an interactive one.

    Available Software for Graphic Designing

    Just like programming, graphic designing is a core part of the web design course syllabus. Once you have mastered the programming language, you need to understand graphic designing to create cool graphics for a website. For grasping the concept of graphic design there are a number of softwares that are available, some of these have been given a rundown below:


    In Adobe Photoshop, the components will be an introduction to the software as well as the basics of knowing the types of graphics, tools in photoshop, palettes and colour modes, layers, automation tools, etc. Then you will be assigned to design pictures, logos, graphics for a better and real-time understanding of the software.


    Coreldraw is another software for web graphics in which you will learn about building graphics for a website as well as graphic elements along with exporting graphics and other tools.


    Illustrator is also used for web designing and as part of a web design course syllabus, you will begin with concepts such as wire framing which is about creating a mock-up website design and then moving to develop a responsive website

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