Time: January 15, 2011 from 10am to 12pm
Location: UHM Krauss Hall 12
Street: 2500 Dole Street
Website or Map: http://www.outreach.hawaii.ed…
Event Type: seminar, feee, $35, -, call, 956-8400, to, register
Organized By: Susan Horowitz
Latest Activity: Jan 15, 2011
For most people, the web exists as a place to explore and consume information. But what happens when your role changes from
explorer and consumer to that of author, designer, or disseminator of ideas?
What skills and knowledge do you need to create a new web page or to maintain
an existing website? What possibilities exist to improve your pages or to add
major new features?
Although PNM offers a broad range of courses designed to address these and many
other issues facing the web designer, the very breadth of subjects and issues
can be daunting for novice or prospective web designers. This workshop helps by
providing a general overview of the web design process. You can see where the
pieces of the web design puzzle fit together and discover which tools (e.g.,
Dreamweaver, Fireworks, Flash, Photoshop) and information you need to build
Please note this is a lecture/discussion.
Colin Macdonald instituted
the first multimedia courses at the UHM Department of Communication, where he
taught multimedia design and development for over a decade. Previously, he
directed creative services for the Hong Kong University of Science and
Technology. As an art director for A&M Records in Canada, he gained
extensive knowledge of print media. He has conducted traditional media and
multimedia training courses in Asia, Hawai‘i, and the U.S. mainland for over 15
years. He is a core faculty member of Pacific New Media.