10 Jun 2017

WEB DEVELOPMENT

John Martinez

Is a new media-internet designer/developer. His job titles have ranged from lead web developer at a fortune 500 company to multiple consulting positions for various companies. He also mentors on the school's FTC Robotics Club (Team 450).

Description

The Web Design & Development course is a project-based introduction to web design based on the department of education’s current frameworks.  The curriculum is in compliance with industry standards focused on accessible modern development, cross-platform and device functionality. Students learn how to create and develop front end, middle-ware and remote services using the latest trends, research and competitive analysis. Evaluating quality web pages for design specifics and why they’re important. Students also design and develop websites for themselves and other local community organizations gaining real world experience.

Career Outlook and Salaries

Web developers need to have a knowledge base encompassing technologies such as:
Usability and interface design.
Basic Web skills, such as HTML, CSS and JavaScript.
Web 2.0 skills, including ASP, PHP and Python.
Databases such as MySQL, SQL Server, Oracle or IBM’s DB2.

Learn more about: salaries and job growth career statistics.

Certifications

Web Design offers certifications in Adobe Flash, Adobe Dreamweaver, CIW-Certified Internet Web Professional Program & AP Computer Science Principles

Additional Certifications

Become an Office Specialist with Digital Info Technology Certifications

 

College Credit

Find out if you are eligible to receive college credit for certifications earned at Inlet Grove: College Credits (AP)

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