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Coursera Responsive Web Design

University of London via Coursera

  • Overview
  1. Coursera
    Platform:
    Coursera
    Provider:
    University of London
    Length:
    4 weeks
    Effort:
    4 hours/week
    Language:
    English
    Credentials:
    Paid Certificate Available
    Part of:
    Responsive Website Development and Design Specialization
    Overview
    In this course you will learn how to apply concepts from interaction design and human computer interaction in order to design and build an interactive, professional looking website. You will learn how to make your web page designs adapt to different screen sizes using responsive grid layouts. You will learn how to add navigation and other design elements, and you will learn how to separate data and display using JavaScript objects and templates.

    At the end of the course, you will be able to:
    1. Explain why users need to know where they are, where they can go and what is on a web page
    2. Create wireframe mockups of web pages
    3. Identify the key functional elements of web pages
    4. Use Bootstrap components to realise page designs
    5. Use JavaScript data structures such as arrays and objects to define the data used in a web page
    6. Use the Handlebars template library to convert data to HTML
    7. Add interactivity to templates using JavaScript event listeners

    In this course, you will complete:
    1 website design assignment taking ~1 hour to complete
    1 programming assignment taking ~1 hour to complete
    4 quizzes, each taking ~20 minutes to complete
    multiple practice quizzes, each taking ~5 minutes to complete

    Participation in or completion of this online course will not confer academic credit for University of London programmes

    Syllabus
    Responsive Web Design: Course overview
    In this course you will learn how to apply concepts from interaction design and human computer interaction in order to design and build an interactive, professional looking website. You will learn how to make your web page designs adapt to different screen sizes using responsive grid layouts. You will learn how to add navigation and other design elements, and you will learn how to separate data and display using Java Script objects and templates.

    Web design principles
    Welcome to the first module of 'Responsive Web Design'. By the end of this module you will be able to understand the basic concepts of usability and user experience and tell the user where they can go with navbars. In addition you will be able to tell the user what is here with effective layout and understand the high level requirements of creating an accessible website. We hope you enjoy the module!

    Realising design principles in code
    Welcome to the second module of 'Responsive Web Design'. By the end of this module you will be able to set up a basic Bootstrap site and build Bootstrap collapsible, responsive navbars using titles and breadcrumb trails and you'll also be able to build multiple layouts in one with a responsive grid. We'll also be looking at installing Bootstrap themes. Enjoy!

    Adding content to websites
    Welcome to the third module of 'Responsive Web Design' By the end of this module, you will be able to separate page structure from page content, use JavaScript objects and implement JavaScript templates with Handlebars as well as being able to display different data with the same template and the same data with different templates. Finally we will be looking at using a Bootstrap modal. We hope you enjoy the module!

    Building a full gallery app
    Welcome to the fourth module of 'Responsive Web Design'. By the end of this module you will be able to store objects in an array and display them with a template, and dynamically display single images from an array. We will also be looking at implementing a search function, and by working with complex data structures, switching between different templates. Enjoy!

    Taught by
    Dr Matthew Yee-King, Dr Kate Devlin and Marco Gillies

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