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    This course teaches students to analyze specific audiences and rhetorical situations in the design of large-scale websites, to apply the principles of information architecture to the creation of intuitive navigation systems and a seamless user experience, to learn how the extensible markup language (XML), hypertext markup language (XHTML), cascading style sheets (CSS) and client-side scripting languages (JavaScript) render Web pages and support the use of graphics, video, and other media, and to learn the basics of visual design and production as they relate to web photographs and graphic images.

    Review of the principles of desktop publishing as practiced in the field of technical communication. Focus on theories of print document design and project management, as well as digital prepress techniques needed to produce documents using outside print bureaus. Practice with current desktop publishing software.