ART 171 CYBERSPACE GRAPHICS AND BEGINNING ANIMATION

Course Number & Name:  ART 171 CYBERSPACE GRAPHICS AND BEGINNING ANIMATION

Credit Hours:  3.0             Contact Hours:  3.0          Lecture:  N/A                     Lab:  N/A             Other:  N/A

Prerequisites: Grade of “C” or better in ART 167 or ART 169 or ART 170 or portfolio  with demonstrated proficiencies.
Co-requisites:
Concurrent Courses: 

Course Description: Using the elements and the principles of design, this course  instructs the student in the principles of creating and preparing GIFs (Graphic  Interface Formats) and basic animation for the World Wide Web. Students learn  about the two basic graphic types (bit maps and vectors), graphic formats  supported by popular software programs, and those used for graphic design on  the Web. A variety of software programs for both platforms (Windows and  MacIntosh) are used. Laboratory fee.

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