Making a web page is not a technological endeavor. It is more like digital embroidery, weaving a tapestry of text and images, color and design into an event that publishes your intended communication. The only thing technological about it is that you need a computer to see what you have developed.
Yet, designing Web pages that are beautiful, usable, compelling, and interesting is truly an art form. You can see, by the daily "Web Pages That Suck" prize-winner on the right, lots of people who create Web pages aren't good designers. Hopefully, when you finish this class, you're site will never appear here!
INST-5635 — Web Design and Development is a graduate class in the School of Education at the University of Houston - Clear Lake. You're welcome to navigate the site by selecting destinations from the Course Menu to the left. This course is taught entirely through computer-mediated communications. The class and this web site were developed and are maintained by Dr. Gary Kidney. Your comments and critiques are welcomed.