|DESN 100: Typography 1|
|DESN 101: Design 1|
|DESN 103: Digital Technology 1|
|MMDD 102: Motion Design 1|
|MMDD 103: Creative Thinking|
|WEBD 100: Web Technology 1|
|WRIT 100: College Reading and Writing Skills|
|DESN 151: Design 2|
|DESN 153: Digital Technology 2|
|GNED 101: An Introduction to Arts and Sciences|
|MMDD 156: Video Production 1|
|WDGD 150: Creative Coding|
|WEBD 150: Web Technology 2|
|WRIT 200: Workplace Writing Skills|
|WDGD 200: Emerging Design Trends|
|WDGD 202: Introduction to Data Technologies|
|WEBD 200: Web Technology 3|
|WEBD 206: Web Programming 1|
|WEBD 210: Experience Design 1|
|Select 1 from the following courses|
|GNED: General Elective|
|WDGD 252: Emerging Technology Design and Development 1|
|WDGD 253: Native Mobile OS Design and Development 1|
|WEBD 152: Web Programming 2|
|WEBD 250: Experience Design 2|
|Select 1 from the following courses|
|GNED: General Elective|
|WDGD 302: Emerging Technology Design and Development 2|
|WDGD 303: Native Mobile OS Design and Development 2|
|WDGD 304: Progressive Programming Techniques|
|WDGD 305: Content Management Systems|
|WDGD 306: Business of Interactive Media|
Current students, please make sure to review your MyHumber Academic Progress report to confirm which courses you should register into for your Winter semester. Courses with in-person requirements will likely also have online components. Humber may need to change plans for in-person learning, subject to government and public health directives and/or additional health and safety considerations.
Upon successful completion of the program, a graduate will:
Design internet services, and administer internet application servers and database servers.
Design, model, evaluate and administer effective databases, and interface with applications.
Develop policies to reinforce internet services and web application security, and contribute to the compliance to these policies.
Validate, debug and integrate client-side and server-side applications using a variety of development languages.
Design, develop and administer effective websites by applying graphic and web design skills and principles.
Develop and administer websites reflective of business objectives and clients’ needs through the application of advertising and marketing principles.
Adhere to relevant laws and industry standards.
Coordinate or participate as a member of a project management team that develops basic to complex internet applications.
Develop strategies for ongoing personal and professional development, that will lead to enhanced work performance and career opportunities, and keep pace with industry changes.
Design, develop and administer electronic commerce (e-commerce) applications.
This program does not have a work placement component, however, within the final year, you are connected with an industry partner for an industry project. These are generally done at the studio of the industry partner, allowing you to get a feel for the studio environment and build relationships that can lead to employment. Additionally, the program stresses engagement with industry through guest speakers, studio tours, facilitating freelance work and conference participation.
This program has a common platform with 1 common year, giving you 3 choices.
Four students in the Web Design and Interactive Media program designed olive to redefine the current sit-down dining experience by improving the speed, efficiency, and overall experience in restaurants. olive app customers can optimize their dine-in experience by reserving a table, ordering food, and paying for the meal before they even arrive
Collectively, Web Design and Interactive Media professors are internationally award-winning media specialists with many years of industry and teaching experience. They bring their passion for learning, technology, creativity and problem solving to the classroom each day. Professors currently include Adam Thomas, Greg Goralski, and David Neumann, along with a great group of part-time, industry-leading expert instructors.
The Usability Lab is a new facility for students in the Faculty of Media & Creative Arts at Humber College. This “Live Lab” is a full-fledged usability lab where content creators can capture & assess the interaction between user and design.
This Usability Lab is specialized, in that it was purposefully built for usability studies to ensure that the environment does not interfere with the testing. Designed with flexibility at its core, it has been equipped with a broad variety of technology, supporting usability testing at many different levels of sophistication.
What makes this lab unique is the fact that it is mobile. This one-of-a-kind usability lab can be delivered to those who wish to use and evaluate our designs, as well as their own. For our students, they can participate in, and lead experiments that will truly test the designs they have developed, to make sure they work in the manner they have been designed to work.
Take a 360 degree tour!
For mobile and tablet users, open the video in the YouTube app. For optimal viewing experience use Firefox or Chrome. Currently Safari does not support 360 videos.
The interactive media field, also referred to as digital media, has been growing consistently at twice the national average for the last ten years. As digital technology becomes more central to our lives, there is an increased demand for those who can imagine, design and develop these experiences. These digital creatives are employed as interactive designers and developers in a variety of companies including interactive studios, advertising agencies and as freelance designers. Increasingly, they are also becoming involved with start-ups to create the next great products/apps.
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Watch the video to see our students in action at the Web Design and Interactive Media Hack-a-Thon.
Virtual Information Session: Game Programming
Mon, January 11, 2021
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