Digital Arts and Design — Web Design and Production

In 2005, three friends with an idea and the right know-how built a video sharing website called YouTube. Less than two years later, Google bought their site for 1.65 billion dollars.

Perhaps all Web Design majors won't end up with enough money to buy Canada, but in the marketplace, the web is the cash cow for many of today's most innovative ideas. And the web demands talented designers and able project managers of web-based publications of every variety. You'll learn how the best websites are structured to help keep information and traffic flowing, and how design can attract, repel, and communicate. You even have the opportunity to explore cutting edge methods in web narrative and collaboration.

Possible Job Titles:

  • Website designer
  • Information Architect
  • Web Publications Specialist
  • Technical Writer
  • Media Integration Specialist

Job Outlook:

Good

Read more about the course requirements for Digital Arts and Design, B.S. at DSU.


Last Updated: 9/18/12