Fundamentals of Web Design
Students develop a website as they learn how the Internet works and how to use common software tools to develop electronic ministry resources. They explore how to use the Internet for information consuming, sharing, and publication, while creating hypertext documents using HTML language.
Advanced Web Design
A project-oriented course where students use a range of tools to develop solutions for the web and interactive media, including HTML, CSS, Java, Actionscript, and various versions of C.
Students are introduced to the history, technology, and business of animation, including techniques, workflow, conceptual development, storyboarding, 2D animation, stop motion, motion graphics, and 3D animation.
Students experiment with three-dimensional design, motion, and animation.
Students complete a self-directed study using a combination of animation techniques. Possible focuses include character animation, motion graphics, or information video. Students will create a finished animated piece based on research interests.
Students continue to work with three-dimensional animation techniques and focus on scenic and character development.