Web Page and Multimedia

Web Page and Multimedia

This course covers how to design web pages using HTML, CSS, and Dreamweaver, as well as how to produce multimedia material using Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator, Sony Vegas, and Adobe After Effects.

About Course

This course is for individuals who wish to learn how to create a simple web page, as well as HTML properties, HTML Layouts, CSS Syntax, how digital images work, Color Modes, Actions, and Scripts, Overview of the Selection, Working with Adjustment Layers and Filters, Publishing, Editing Audio on the Timeline, Creating Animated Effects with Key-frames and Exporting Your Movie . This course is best suited for anyone with some basic knowledge of web site and page design, such as high school and university students who wish to conduct coursework or someone who is already working in web design. Exercises in the laboratory are mandatory, have a deadline, and are graded. The course lays a high emphasis on lab exercises as software programming can only be learned successfully by precisely putting the principles that have been taught into practice. Exercises submitted after the deadline will have a penalty in terms of overall score. Instructors may provide relevant lecture/lab notes to students as (and when) needed, either in the form of printed handouts or by email.

Start Date: 



60 hours


07 : 00 AM - 09 : 00 AM

03 : 00 PM - 05 : 00 PM

06 : 00 PM - 08 : 00 PM