Combining viewpoints from a Department of Computer Science (Paul Wang) and a School of Visual Communication Design (Sanda Katila), this innovative book covers the design and technology aspects of Web site development in an integrated manner. The balanced perspective leads to an understanding of the artistic design, visual communication, information architecture, computer science, and programming needed to begin mastering the Web. While focusing on the art and technology of Web site creation, the authors emphasize theoretical understanding and developmental techniques.
About the Author
Sanda Katila is Associate Professor in the School of Visual Communication Design at Kent State University. She has taught all levels of design in the program, including Introduction to Graphic Design, Introduction to Typography, and senior level courses such as TypoPhoto Illustration, Basic Computer, and Issues for Graphic Design Businesses. Sanda freelances on a regular basis and her clients include Azica Records, Brecksville Chamber of Commerce, and Enterprise Information Services. She earned her BFA from University of Akron and her MFA from Kent State University. In her professional service as a graphic designer, Sanda has worked for Stern Advertising, Society Corporation, The Arnold Corporation, and David A. Meeker and Associates.